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WhichCar Weekly podcast 25 now live

By WhichCar staff, 05 Jul 2019 Podcast

WhichCar Weekly podcast 25 now live

The changing face of motorshows, is bum steering a bum steer and some exciting revelations at Goodwood

No one really knows what happened to the WhichCar Weekly team last week. Some have suggested there was a 911 swap meet in Melbourne’s outer suburbs, and the Bauer Media offices were left as populated as a Smash Mouth gig.

Other sources claim Scotty had the keys to the studio in his pocket along with the key to a GT2 RS and hasn’t been seen since. Thankfully neither scenario was true and if you want to know what really happened, tune in to WCW 25 now.

After their brief hiatus, the team reconvenes to regale tales of absence including Dan who just got back from the BMW NextGen event in Munich. During his time in the searing German heat, there was a sensational Vision M Next concept reveal, talk of the company’s EV future and a ride in an autonomous car. Is this the future of the car show as we know it?

Scott weighs in on the increasingly popular technology of rear-wheel steering. With a growing number of vehicles rolling on a pair of steering axles, why would you want it in your next car and can a mere mortal tell it’s there at all?

And continuing the discussion about the shifting trends of manufacturers at car shows, the team is joined by MOTOR noter Chris to discuss some of the most exciting things we can expect from the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed.

From a relatively humble affair in the early 1990s, the event is now regarded as one of the premier global automotive shows, with increasing numbers of manufacturers selecting the FOS as the place to reveal hot metal.

If you’re on the go, you can find WhichCar Weekly on all manner of podcast apps including iTunes and Podbean. Please rate, subscribe and leave a review! You can also follow the day-to-day happenings of the WhichCar team on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @whichcarau.

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