I Was Wrong About the Tesla Cybertruck

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  • Published: 28 November 2019
  • Cybertruck vs Hybrid F-150, Which is Worse, DIY and car review with Scotty Kilmer. New 2021 Tesla Cybertruck review and first drive vs 2020 Ford F-150 Hybrid truck, which is the truck of the future? New electric truck. New Hybrid F-150. Tesla vs Ford. Are Tesla trucks reliable? Are Fords Reliable? Everything you need to know about the electric Cybertruck made by Tesla and the Hybrid F150 coming soon. Car Advice. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 52 years.

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  • Scotty Kilmer
    Scotty Kilmer   1 weeks back

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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    • CNC O
      CNC O  4 days back

      You gave me a headache dude

    • Random Stuff
      Random Stuff  5 days back

      Electric cars are simple why are you making it sound so complicated when its not. If you ever own a hobby grade Radio control car then basically you have all you need to know unless your spreed control is not working then all you have to do is replace it i doubt very highly mechanics like you and me will not be replacing chips or processors in fact the whole speed control will get replaced. Some Old school mechanics fear the EV cars but i understand them perfectly and they are far less complicated the an internal combustion engine.

    • david white
      david white  5 days back

      in this video were you also directing traffic

    • Chris D.
      Chris D.  5 days back

      @Mark Plott mine goes 260 miles per charge. Winter climate kills range.

    • Chris D.
      Chris D.  5 days back

      @Cecilia Age of Aquarius you spelled conquered wrong

  • Van Niyo
    Van Niyo  3 hours back

    Everyone thinks he's moving his hands for no apparent reason, but really he's fighting off evil invisible shadow ninjas.

    • Lawrence Talley
      Lawrence Talley  4 hours back

      Why do all the vehicles medal is so bad? Lean on and it dents! We pay to much for this to happened! And why do they always give us dubby tires when we should get a real spear?

      • Nexus Eight
        Nexus Eight  8 hours back

        He speaketh with thyne hands....

        • koscashcars
          koscashcars  10 hours back

          keep driving toyotas krazy kilmer

          • Parker aka Name Family
            Parker aka Name Family  11 hours back

            He's doing Tai Chi

            • T R
              T R  13 hours back

              What is the mpg on the bmw electric when it’s running on the electric from the motor cycle engine?

              • Fight CPS
                Fight CPS  14 hours back

                Run out of gas in the middle of nowhere, you're just as stuck as running out of power in an electric car.
                Unless you walk to a gas station and pick up a supplimental battery or gas....same same

                • lbecque
                  lbecque  14 hours back

                  I never heard Scotty contradict himself so many times. DC motors are better, AC motors are better.... Actually the Tesla M3 uses a Interior Permanent Magnet (IPM) synchronous motor which also has the characteristics of a Switched reluctance motor which addresses the 30% less efficiency Scotty mentioned for AC motors. The Tesla motors are the most efficient in the industry and years ahead of everyone else building electric cars.

                  • First_and_4Most
                    First_and_4Most  14 hours back

                    Doesn't the Tesla have a solar panel over the truck bed that, I assume, will charge the battery?

                    • Grim Reaper
                      Grim Reaper  15 hours back

                      I wont have a new car or truck. Too much bullsh!t on it. I'll just stick with my 67 Chevy Chevelle. Gets better gas mileage than most new cars. Plus its payed for.

                      • Matthew Talbot-Paine
                        Matthew Talbot-Paine  19 hours back

                        I always thought the electric cars should have removable batteries and then maybe you could have a spare battery set charging at home while you are using the main one, I'd find this pretty useful because I don't have a drive way and the street parking for myself is too far from my house.

                        • Toledo Navarrese
                          Toledo Navarrese  22 hours back

                          Very few people know this but Scott is a conductor for the Texas Philharmonic

                          • Marc fa20dit
                            Marc fa20dit  22 hours back

                            You should see what happens to the Teslas driving range when they used it for towing😂😂😂 I believe it was good for 80 miles vs the 300+ its supposed to have...Same with any off roading

                            • Faustin Gashakamba
                              Faustin Gashakamba  23 hours back

                              Yes, tell us about motorcycles' engines. I would like to hear Scotty talking about Motorcycles. I like bikes better than cages (cars). I am only here because Scotty is such a terrific entertainer!

                              • Drunk Squirrel
                                Drunk Squirrel  1 days back

                                Sorry Scott, but you are wrong about A LOT of things

                                • Anders Andersson
                                  Anders Andersson  1 days back

                                  Scotty in you case yes go hybrid. Old people tend to forget to plug it in. :)
                                  But for us younger people that is a no issue.
                                  You are old school and love maintenance.
                                  BEVs need much less maintenance and pollute less and cost less to drive.
                                  You are getting closer to understand BEVs but your learning curve is step.

                                  • Phillip Collins
                                    Phillip Collins  1 days back

                                    Why hasn't anyone done a gas generator engine. The engines sole purpose is to charge or run the electric motor. It's how modern locomotives are run.

                                    • J T
                                      J T  1 days back

                                      Honestly who dislikes Scotty's videos. How could you possibly dislike this man? He's like the coolest uncle ever.

                                      • Dan Gabor
                                        Dan Gabor  1 days back

                                        Failed used car salesman.

                                        • Brian Mabe
                                          Brian Mabe  1 days back

                                          I love this man's hand gestures.

                                          • overdozenguquen
                                            overdozenguquen  1 days back

                                            In my humble 2 cents, I have few things to say, hear me out and if you can give it some thoughts.
                                            1. A little bit of math from an electrical engineer: 1 gallon of diesel is equivalent to 40kwh, so the model X has maximum 100kwh which equals to 2.5 gallons of diesel as far as energy storage is concerned. I estimate the cybertruck will have 200kwh and can travel 500 miles. Can you travel 500 miles with 5 gallons of diesel? This shows how efficient electric automobile are. That is why electric car owner can save a lot of money travelling.
                                            2. The future is here just like when the qwerty keyboard phone is switched to touch screen phone. Just like when we switch from horse to car, from wood to oil and now from oil to electric and solar. Look at china and how pollution is making everyone sick in big city, and soon everywhere on this earth.
                                            3. If you found someone put garbage in front of your house what would you feel? Well, everyday people spraying exhaust garbage right into your nose, much worse than the sight of garbage in front of your house. It will be illegal in California from 2025 and eventually everywhere. Wake up and really see the truth instead of sticking to what used to work but won't in the future. In the beginning of automobile people actually going through the same rejection of new things, such as between horse and car where horse only need grass and water and you coouldn't get gas in the middle of the road (there used to be no gas station anywhere). You already know what the result was.
                                            4. If you buy a gas automobile now, be prepare to not be able to sell it to others and have to purchase electric once the law is changed because we will have to outlaw gas automobile.

                                            Embrace what is better instead of holding on and hanging on to what no longer work and regret much more later on.
                                            My little 2 cents advice to readers.

                                            • John Wang
                                              John Wang  1 days back

                                              Actually, the problem with DC motors over AC motors is or more correctly was commutation. Modern power electronics has addressed this problem and given us brush less DC motors. The main problem with AC motors is that the rate of rotation is tied to the frequency of the AC power and the number of poles in the motor, in other words, it used to be that AC motors ran at one speed and one speed only. However modern power electronics have allowed us to customize the frequency of the AC power provided to the AC motor. Now, AC of course allows the use of high voltages and low currents thereby reducing the thickness of the cables required and the energy loss commensurate with high currents. Overall, the respective disadvantages have been addressed with power electronics. One of my undergrad papers decades ago was that the new power semiconductors will make the use of AC motors for vehicles possible and perhaps advantageous. I was writing of vehicles such as LRT trains but basically what I predicted did come true both with LRT's and EV's.

                                              Note, due to the ingenious mechanical transmission of the Prius, it has two electric motors, one for counter torque so with the Prius, there's actually three prime movers and of course the weight of having so many systems. The Tesla's claim to fame is the use of Halbach arrays to effectively double magnetic field strength, of course Halbach arrays also create an alternating pattern of magnetic fields hence AC motors are a must.

                                              • bernard jeanny
                                                bernard jeanny  1 days back

                                                DC to AC using transformers?

                                                • Dan Chase
                                                  Dan Chase  1 days back

                                                  AC motors are 30% less efficient? I guess Scotty hasn't researched anything in 40 years. Tesla's AC motors are 97% efficient. AC efficiency made huge improvements the last twenty years. My solar inverter is 99% efficient. Please research before "educating" people.

                                                  • Javlonbek Ergashev
                                                    Javlonbek Ergashev  1 days back

                                                    Who is here to see his shaking hands?

                                                    • Kevin S
                                                      Kevin S  1 days back

                                                      Yes, the serial hybrid, like the BMW, gives you the range without the complexity of the dual drive train in the parallel hybrid.

                                                      • IOn Vash
                                                        IOn Vash  1 days back

                                                        The Tesla motors are brushless DC motors its basically a 3 polled motor controlled by pulse width modulation of high voltage DC. The higher the frequency the faster it turns, way different than an AC motor

                                                        • Maria Veiga
                                                          Maria Veiga  2 days back

                                                          The diesel locomotive was invented and put to use along time ago.... imagine the fuel milage we would be getting if passenger vehicles would have been built the same way.... not a 350 v8 hybrid but a 1000cc diesel powered ac to DC propulsion.... if it wasn't feasible trains wouldn't work

                                                          • joe toronto
                                                            joe toronto  2 days back

                                                            Short story is Toronto to Quebec is some 10 hours drive with a gas engine in the winter With an electric car I would have to sleep somewhere because the to frequent time to recharge and the tie consuming of the operation It would end up more expensive on the long run

                                                            • Shaun
                                                              Shaun  2 days back

                                                              I'm curious if Scotty has actually ever owned a Tesla.

                                                              • Denshi-Oji
                                                                Denshi-Oji  2 days back

                                                                The only Prius "transmission" I am aware of is an Electric transmission. IT IS NOT a CVT! It uses Electric motors, plus the conventional Engine, and depending on the speed and charge, it runs the Engine and/or the Electric Motors at various speeds, and even directions (on the Electric Motors) to produce motion of the vehicle. It does have the advantages a CVT has in being fully adjustable to optimize for torque and power, but the comparison ends there.

                                                                • anyons5
                                                                  anyons5  2 days back

                                                                  The comparison between jump starting an electric car and an ICE car is a false equivalency. Jump starting a car provides energy to engage the mechanical process for combustion. Charging the car provides "fuel" for the vehicle's propulsion. A better comparison would be comparing an electric car out of battery charge and a ICE car out of gasoline. You can tap into almost any source of electricity to charge the car (including the sun), but you can't get gasoline from sunshine; You have to get it for a gas station.

                                                                  • anyons5
                                                                    anyons5  2 days back

                                                                    Scotty, i usually like you're insights into long-term failure and mechanical processes that a repair mechanics sees on an ICE car, but in this case you are not well informed. Modern electric cars operate nothing like a toy RC car. You failed to mention the key component, the the Power electronics module or power inverter. Transformers are not key primary components of the AC or DC drivetrain. Transformers don't generate multi-phase AC wave. They step one voltage down to another voltage or vice versa at a fixed ratio. That is done with an array cascading power transistors. You're logic of DC motor's torque decay does hold water with modern power electronics. Torque this only limited by the available power from the battery . As the shaft speed increases, the rotational torque will drop off proportionally. Range doesn't reduce in cold weather because a loss of efficiency; range is lost because the chemical reaction slows down when the temperature drops. This is an entirely new way of propulsion, it's worth understanding it first before forming an opinion on its shortcomings.

                                                                    • Ron Evans
                                                                      Ron Evans  2 days back

                                                                      Hey Scotty, good video. I wonder how all electric holds up in really hot climates too since batteries don't like extreme heat

                                                                      • Vadim Romanovich
                                                                        Vadim Romanovich  2 days back

                                                                        Used electric Smart Fortwo is a bargain and with short commute, its perfect.

                                                                        • saulns
                                                                          saulns  2 days back

                                                                          Um, Tesla’s curb weight is higher than most hyrids. Don’t take my word check Wikipedia

                                                                          • mark oldendorf
                                                                            mark oldendorf  2 days back

                                                                            Giving away one of those in this video too?

                                                                            • Jim Gagne
                                                                              Jim Gagne  2 days back

                                                                              If you wanted a turd mobile ...And he shows a fiat..HAhahahaha !

                                                                              • MrGrummpy
                                                                                MrGrummpy  2 days back

                                                                                I was really hoping to get more information about the Cybertruck. I am disappointed.

                                                                                • NORBIE MONDERIN
                                                                                  NORBIE MONDERIN  2 days back

                                                                                  Scotty resembles how windmills generate power by moving his hands too much.

                                                                                  • kjetiloo
                                                                                    kjetiloo  2 days back

                                                                                    Norway is the land of EVs. Nuff said.

                                                                                    • kiyosen L.
                                                                                      kiyosen L.  2 days back

                                                                                      Id have to disagree on the difficulty of working on an electric car, they are quite easy to work on, you do have to take proper saftey precautions before doing certain tasks however the same is true of a normal car, the main reason most people dont think they are easy is because they believe tech is more complicated than it is, and also cause tesla doesn't like you fixing your own car cause they suck so they try to avoid you being able to get your own parts

                                                                                      • Captn 0bv10us
                                                                                        Captn 0bv10us  2 days back

                                                                                        One last thing even tho the tesla doesnt have a engine only a motor it weighs more than a petrol vehicle of the same size

                                                                                        • Captn 0bv10us
                                                                                          Captn 0bv10us  2 days back

                                                                                          Scotty a transformer is used to transfer energy from one circuit to 1 or more circuits what you meant was a “inverter” which takes direct current (dc) and converts it to alternating current (ac) and a “rectifier” changes (ac) to(dc)

                                                                                          • Mike B
                                                                                            Mike B  2 days back

                                                                                            Scotty doesn't seem to know that all electric cars (except the Nissan Leaf) have active thermal management for the battery packs so while you're at home sleeping and the car is plugged in overnight to charge it's actually using some energy from the house to keep the pack nice and warm too. As a Canadian in the great white north here who's been driving an electric car for the past three years every day - yes even in the winter! - the hands-down best features of an electric car is pre-heating while plugged-in and the instant heat. Not only do I not have to wait for a big gas engine to warm up before I get some heat in the cabin but I don't have to scrape my windshield in the morning anymore either! Electric cars have instant heat and while you do sacrifice some range in the winter it's not as bad as he makes it out to seem (unless you have a Leaf), plus if you schedule your car with when you usually leave in the morning it will get itself all nice and warm and defrosted - all without polluting.


                                                                                            So with an EV you wake up every day with a full 'tank' of electrons (which is now about as much range as you get in a typical gas car), you don't have to scrape in the morning, you get instant heat, less maintenance since there's no oil to change, or timing belts, or exhaust system or the thousand other engine things that can break, and you don't have to spend time outside freezing while you fill it up with gas since you never have to go to a gas station again or concern yourself with gas prices. Electric cars in the winter are actually WAY BETTER than gas cars. And pretty much all of the country has access to the miracle of electricity (which is always cheaper than gas!) so if you run out it's not the end of the world because literally any plug can be a 'fuel' source although most normal people realize they're running low and find a charger well before that. And chargers are friggin' everywhere but unless you drive an EV you probably wouldn't notice them.

                                                                                            • Richard Alexander
                                                                                              Richard Alexander  2 days back

                                                                                              2nd Gen Chevy Volt has a good electric range, and still gets good mileage on gas for extended trips. Shame on Chevrolet for giving up on them.

                                                                                              • Christopher King
                                                                                                Christopher King  2 days back

                                                                                                The arm motions are super strong in this one. Wonder if he can talk without his arms