Will Petrol Cars Always Exist? | Your Car Stories

3 mag 2021
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On this week's Car Throttle Podcast, Ethan asks an impossible question, Gareth tells us about the times he chased a giraffe, and we answer your car-buying questions!
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  • 3 16" MacBooks. Man they must have some spare money...

    Patrick BreakPatrick Break2 ore fa
  • I'm a 16 year old guy and I dont want to be driving around in some battery on wheels that doesnt make any noise,EVs have no soul compared to ICE cars,I want to feel the gear shifts,even if it's an automatic,I want to feel that vibration of the engine as I go at higher RPMs,I want to drive a REAL car

    峠レーシング峠レーシング17 ore fa
  • The Gareth impression omg hahaha - im thinking about lions and punching giraffe

    13992josh13992josh2 giorni fa
  • I'm 16 and don't want to think about the fact that they will be all electric it's just not the same and I don't have long to actually enjoy petrol cars. Me and my mates can't wait for me to get my license and drive around (as I'm the eldest)

    Mario MarioMario Mario2 giorni fa
    • Me too

      峠レーシング峠レーシング17 ore fa
  • For Tony just get an S5 or GOLF GTI

    Mario MarioMario Mario2 giorni fa
  • only been watching for the last few days, found the channel randomly, loving it and watched like 20 videos in that time!! you guys are awesome, keep up the great work.

    Matthew BryantMatthew Bryant3 giorni fa
  • I love these podcasts and the channel but the whole "snowflake" attitude annoys me. The term "snowflake" is used by those who have not endured mental/physical abuse. It needs to be stamped out. The channel never address these issues as it seems to be hosted by a lot of alpha males/alpha following males (except Ethan & Jack) for the sake of a pay day. Please break the mould and be better.

    Sam HoniballSam Honiball4 giorni fa
  • I know one tony and he is FAT lol

    Ash KharaitAsh Kharait4 giorni fa
  • I don’t think car people are dieing. I have found loads of friends in my class and I’m only in year 8.

    Glowing NuggetGlowing Nugget6 giorni fa
  • The car questions game, I was thinking of the Fiat 126p fairly unknown and quite cool (although kind of a shitbox)

    Victor MoraalVictor Moraal6 giorni fa
  • *cries in his punto mk2 sporting*

    TheEnemyTheEnemy6 giorni fa
  • Almost all car companies turning electric but dodge puts a v8 into a shopping cart

    Lewin SchädlerLewin Schädler8 giorni fa
  • Tell Tony what he wants is an Alfa Romeo Brera QV, 3.2 V6. Pick them up for way under budget so he can stock up on spare parts, and better looking than anything else suggested.

    KeiCar GuyKeiCar Guy8 giorni fa
  • Gareth talking about getting stabbed by fiberglass bringing back bad memories of working with it. That shit is like working with thousands of tiny needles

    Mic McMic Mc8 giorni fa
  • nO biKe bAd

    LastUKEmperorLastUKEmperor8 giorni fa
  • 5-pot Golf mk4 SCREAMS me!

    LastUKEmperorLastUKEmperor8 giorni fa
  • Thanks lads, just got to the part where you're talking about your injuries while eating my dinner 😂

    Thomas RupesingheThomas Rupesinghe8 giorni fa
  • If I could afford to by phil I'd say :" How much do you want for him? What ever it is, it's not enough!"

    LastUKEmperorLastUKEmperor8 giorni fa
  • A few years ago, I got a fibreglass splinter in my thumb from a tent rod at scouts. One of the parents had to get it out with a pen knife, but he knew what he was doing so its all good.

    Matt PMatt P8 giorni fa
  • It is true, with the rise electric cars the car enthusiasts is a dying tribe.

    Geetarth NeoGeetarth Neo9 giorni fa
  • Probably a good job that young people aren't as interested in driving. Because by the time they get their license the only cars they can find will be massive stupid SUVs/cuvs which are far too much to insure

    Rufus ThomasRufus Thomas9 giorni fa
  • Climate change is cyclical, average global temperatures have been higher in the middle ages, allegedly, and milions of years ago Antarctica used to be made of lush green forests. Just one big volcanic eruption and another Ice age might start, just like many before it. Nothing will die that isn't supposed to die, as there are many animal species that are around for millions of years, despite ages of freezing and heating up. Humans are recording written history for 8 thousand years, that's less time since the last ice age and there have been many before it. We are seing and recording a natural event that would happen with or without human intervention, albeit perhaps at a slightly slower pace. If the sun would decrease in activity slightly or if a large enough volcanic eruption would spew anough sulphur in the atmosphere, another ice age would start, and that would be much more devastating than the thawing that we are seing now. Enjoy your cars, your life and stop worrying about it.

    Nicolaie cNicolaie c9 giorni fa
  • I think cars are becoming more like iPhones or a washing machine. The fact they will need replacing every couple of years as the tech moves so quick but no one talks about how wasteful that could be. I guess the end game would be car makers getting so good at recycling cars they will crush yours at the end of a lease and sell you a new one.

    Thomas WilcockThomas Wilcock9 giorni fa
    • Quite honestly as much as electronics get in the way, the 90s and 00s were the best decades for car longevity. I mean before then cars would start to rust to pieces well within 10 years and would be on their last legs by the 12 year mark if not sooner, and yet 02-05 plate cars will keep on chugging along with minimal issues, the cars aren't connected to wi-fi so aren't attached to a mainframe which could force you to use the dealer network, and they have standardized OBD II ports.

      Slide WaysSlide WaysOra fa
  • "We" need to get the Z3 back on the road.

    Jan PruijserJan Pruijser9 giorni fa
  • Learning how to drive and getting my first car is probably the most exciting thing for me coming up.... but I've loved cars since a really young age so

    Bengoddard75Bengoddard759 giorni fa
  • You got me so distracted searching the Internet for all sorts of bmws mainly e30s that aren't dead

    Bengoddard75Bengoddard759 giorni fa
  • Great discussion of whether car enthusiasts and petrol cars will disappear. Agree with much of what's being said but really hope we can get some young people interested and excited about cars whether it be old petrol 'classics' or EVs. Ultimately it's up to as enthusiasts to encourage it and keep car events, clubs, shows etc. alive. It will be interesting to see how the car hobbyist world evolves as it is still worth a lot to the economy, but the organisations behind it will increasingly need to contribute to sustainability and be socially responsible to stay in business.

    StewSimsStewSims9 giorni fa
  • Completely fascinated with Ethan's storage issues... Can we get a feature ep?

    Llewellyn CassLlewellyn Cass9 giorni fa
  • Programmes like these, that laud the ICE are soooo not real. Only electric vehicles are of any relevance in the real world of today. Anybody thinking of buying transport can only seriously purchase electric.

    Lilia AblangLilia Ablang9 giorni fa
    • 🧢

      i have no idea.i have no idea.7 giorni fa
  • Enjoyed the chat and listening to you guys debating away 👍🏼👍🏼

    Jake CaruanaJake Caruana9 giorni fa
  • I have to go and sit in my wicked Vauxhall Corsa SXI to watch these podcasts as its the only way I can get any peace and quiet to enjoy it. Look forward to them every week. Thank you 😁😁😁

    Paddling Matlock Michael daviesPaddling Matlock Michael davies10 giorni fa
  • I know this is CarThrottle and not BikeThrottle. But.... Don't forget that Ducatti are also researching and investing in synth-fuels

    MancyMancy10 giorni fa
  • Gareth: the largest net polluter is agriculture. Nothing even comes close

    Christopher RyderChristopher Ryder10 giorni fa
  • I got the car second question in..: mostly cause I love the cinquecento

    _Generation_ Youth_X_Generation_ Youth_X10 giorni fa
  • The podcast are shite just make the normal videos

    Jack Anthony PayneJack Anthony Payne10 giorni fa
  • Can we not talk about BMW’s for one pop cast. Loads of other decent cars.

    Mark HutchingsMark Hutchings10 giorni fa
  • how about a maserati quattroporte for tony

    philip chealphilip cheal10 giorni fa
  • CO2 emissions Read this... www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-46455844 then watch this itworlds.info/round/foB-nsydkMufqHg/video .004% of Air is CO2! and you know putting Nitrogen in your tyres is supposed to be better, you are aware that 78% of Air is Nitrogen🤦🏻‍♂️

    DaveDave10 giorni fa
  • 500 is Cinquecento! Everyone even calls them 500s

    Kyle BKyle B10 giorni fa
    • Oh wow, this is the worse episode yet, Alex evidently hasn't done much research

      Kyle BKyle B10 giorni fa
  • You can't compare "tinkering on steam trains" to tinkering with cars in 50 years' time. Steam trains were never produced for individual use, nor on the same mass production level as ICE cars have been for 100+ years, now. Electric vehicles make such little sense for a sustainable future, especially given how lithium is presently produced, charged, and especially what happens when they crash/catch fire. No way. Bring on that hydrogen/bio fuel, baby!!

    Wretched RiderWretched Rider10 giorni fa
  • In America there is a HUGE demand for cars. It’s actually ridiculous. I live in a mountain town in Northern Georgia and I would say in the past two years or so there has been at least a 10-15% increase in the amount of “enthusiast cars” and “car enthusiasts” in my area, which has driven car prices up tremendously. There is no shortage of gas-powered cars and “enthusiasts” here in the States. But it’s a fad, and it will be interesting to see how the situation plays out.

    Blythard SmithBlythard Smith10 giorni fa
  • I'm a bit of a nerd so I can give you a hint on how much power Netflix would use. I have a Server rack in my house. It has 1 server and a handful of other equipment in it. If I use plex (Basically personal netflix) to watch something on my TV from that server. It uses bugger all power. My server rack pull approx 250-400whr of power (or 0.25Kwh to 0.4Kwh) to run either at idle or under load. So if its just me watching a video or my whole family streaming videos off my server that is a max of 0.4KwH. It just so happens that my tv also pull 0.4Kwhs. Now netflix would be using much newer servers which would be WAY more efficient. but on my scale, the CO2 output is about the same running 6 light bulbs running 24/7. I don't have issue with my power usage, as in my state we have something like 28 hydro electric dams producing our power and we export our excess green electricity.

    Bradley FergusonBradley Ferguson10 giorni fa
  • nightride went from 70k to 250k subs in like 3 months, my fave car chan

    Aurimas MaldziusAurimas Maldzius10 giorni fa
  • Put every human on the planet into a coma and they'll still produce at least 16 billion tonnes of CO2 every year, We each exhale 2 tonnes of CO2 per year in that state, exercise etc pushes that up even more obviously.

    Mark WrightMark Wright10 giorni fa
  • :) I plan on converting my 1985 corvette to an all electric motor soon, too help protect the environment from CO2

    nick gurrnick gurr11 giorni fa
    • @Slik Fuzion ikr 😞

      Harvey WhiteHarvey White8 giorni fa
    • @Harvey White Well that's a classic ruined 😕

      Slik FuzionSlik Fuzion8 giorni fa
    • Damn 😔

      Harvey WhiteHarvey White11 giorni fa
  • Car for fat tony: E90 335i touring 😉

    Harvey WhiteHarvey White11 giorni fa
  • For the one who sold their Z4 coupé, a very good sports car-esque replacement would be the Peugeot RCZ in 200hp config or then the RCZ-R with 270hp, all are 1.6 litre engines with claimed fuel economy of around 6litres/100km and even better is that I don’t think the RCZ ever came with anything other than a manual gearbox

    Onely oneOnely one11 giorni fa
  • Unfortunately the car is an easy target for climate doomsdayers as stupid people can understand it yet road transport is less than 12% of co2 emissions (if you ignore lorries cars are closer to 7%).

    AidanAidan11 giorni fa
  • my car is 53 years old this year so is about as carbon neutral as you can get..recycling is all about us at the moment but why not cars?

    coom0004coom000411 giorni fa
  • Farming industry is the worst offender for Carbon Dioxide and all other green house gasses

    WingCommander FalconWingCommander Falcon11 giorni fa
  • Been here since i was 13 now i’m 18

    Fun TvFun Tv11 giorni fa
  • Im 20, and ill tell you why young people aren’t getting into cars, Insurance! we can’t modify them anymore even for a simple exhaust change is gonna cost at minimum £2000+ to insure as an 18 year old and its just not worth the amount of money in comparisons to public transport it just doesn't weigh out money wise when prices of living is so high aswell

    Geoff McQuadeGeoff McQuade11 giorni fa
  • @Car Throttle just a heads up, your bitly buyacar link is broken, it has some strange characters at the end.

    Kristen SeppKristen Sepp11 giorni fa
  • One hour of streaming video in 2019 produced 36g CO2 and a gallon(US) of petrol produced 8,887 grams CO2. I think that is 247 hours of Netflix per gallon. Also if a server is running on 100% green energy no additional CO2 is being produced. There is a reason cars are the ones being targeted and not Netflix and ITworlds etc. Transport remains the largest source of carbon dioxide emissions in the UK, accounting for 34 per cent in 2019 and power plants in the UK are responsible for 16 per cent of all CO2 emissions in the UK and that is for everything not just powering servers.

    OhMehGahhOhMehGahh11 giorni fa
  • "Dab Hand with a rattle can!" will look good on a t-shirt.

    Stephen GriffithsStephen Griffiths11 giorni fa
  • why dont you get Ethan to get a racing licence? It would be really cool to see the process!

    Stefan van der WerfStefan van der Werf11 giorni fa
  • I've been on a bike since 16 with a moped then 125 at 17 and now I'm 24 doing my direct access after going thru a few cbts but it was the best thing ever! do your cbt lads!

    KasBoxerKasBoxer11 giorni fa
  • Question for you guys, following up from The conversation about streaming using up lots of energy, would you rather never drive a petrol car again OR never use streaming services like Netflix, Amazon prime etc...

    Tom DonkinTom Donkin11 giorni fa
  • How we can convince this two to do CBT ?! Maybe if half of us unsubscribe ...? 😎 I'm big fan of a channel and massive car enthusiasts. Currently in the middle of DAS training. CBT was fun and it's only about 7h of your time. Just do it !

    Greg DGreg D11 giorni fa
  • Lot's of BMW talk haha :) For older and (very) cheap cars, there brands have interesting stuff as well, such as Swedish Turbo Engines are easily tuneable and widely available such as Saab and Volvo engines. The Audi 1.8T is more expensive, in my opinion (taking typical VAG problems into consideration) is less value for money if you look for a cheap, older car that you can also tune and does not depreciate.

    VinNumberVinNumber11 giorni fa
  • Can't go wrong with an audi s4, would be able to pick up a cracker of a car for 13k

    bruhbruh11 giorni fa
  • FFS guys I was having lunch at the start of the podcast.

    Lefteris NalbantisLefteris Nalbantis11 giorni fa
  • I’m a 2001 kid, nothing is more therapeutic than jumping in an manual car and shifting gears yourself at night all alone with your volume on 20

    Ken LiKen Li11 giorni fa
    • Yea I was born in 2005 ,I dont want to be driving around in some battery on wheels that doesnt make any noise, I live to feel what you and all car enthusiasts feel

      峠レーシング峠レーシング17 ore fa
  • I've never encountered people who hate cars, they are either interested in them or they are not and they see cars as a means to an end. Maybe it's a big city thing where public transport is good enough, however, it's not in the countryside, so cars are a necessity.

    Alex MaddoxAlex Maddox11 giorni fa
  • OMG I knew it was a Fiat before you even started talking, for some reason I thought you would say that 🤣🤣

    SimFlow 24SimFlow 2411 giorni fa
  • Why don’t car throttle do a premier on a podcast that way we can interact at specific times and you guys can respond ?

    kyle reynoldskyle reynolds11 giorni fa
  • When you look into the stats and figures, electric cars are far more damaging to the environment than petrol cars, bring in what Gareth said about Porsche investing in eco fuel (go away do some research) I think electric cars will eventually either die out and we will still have internal combustion engines or the electric car as we know it today will change.

    curt the mk2 kidcurt the mk2 kid11 giorni fa
  • You know Gareth was onto something with the servers. Not sure if you guys know about crypto mining but essentially to get bitcoins and other coins people and businesses use computer hardware to complete mathematical problems to get a coin. However most leave these computer set ups running 24/7 and a lot have warehouses loaded with them. Last I heard crypto mining was using as much power as Argentina

    CookieGuy97CookieGuy9711 giorni fa
  • The sheer cowardice of not not wanting to ride a bike is incredibly! It would make them more aware of what other road users go through and make them better drivers but they're too frightened. Bless them 🤣

    Mr DevilmanMr Devilman11 giorni fa
  • My opinion for tony was to suggest A Volkswagen Passat R36. 320bhp, £12,400 on autotrader and very good mpg

    VortexHD GamingVortexHD Gaming11 giorni fa
  • I think until Electric cars are more affordable to buy petrol cars aren’t going anywhere any time soon.

    Robert HarrisonRobert Harrison11 giorni fa
  • Yes. Synthetic fuels.

    Ricer84 DRicer84 D11 giorni fa
  • Dude, I bow hunt big-game in Texas, and field-dress these animals without squirming. But as soon as somebody mentions a horrid bloody injury to their body or somebody else's, I feel sick and week. I don't understand it, but I hate seeing or hearing about mangled human wounds. I should have skipped that bit.

    Chad JohnsonChad Johnson11 giorni fa
  • You have got to be kidding me.. Backing out of riding bikes.. WTF Ethan & Jack.. I'm sure the instructor can teach you guys how to sit on the bike so your skirts don't blow up in the wind. Wow. You guys are really that afraid of an accident on a bike.. Are you afraid the sky might fall also? Yes accidents happen. So learn to ride safe and learn to read what traffic is doing so you don't have one. I don't know why I'm watching this anymore.

    Sean KSean K11 giorni fa
  • On the subject of electric cars, I don't see how they wouldn't tax them eventually. Just because of moving to electricity doesn't necessarily mean its any better for climate change, and I'd in fact argue it's more detrimental because of the electricity and resources that it'll require to create these vehicles with the technology they have and I also suspect there will be more waste due to how manufacturers make it difficult (which will probably get even harder) to fix diesel/petrol cars today without having device yourself, or expensive to have someone else do (labour charges will probably rise with how long it takes to change anything). Let alone the cost of buying one initially be it used or not; the batteries alone aren't cheap. Ultimately these cars will just be too expensive compared to what we're accustom to. Oh and people are incapable of looking after the cars we have today, and aren't trustworthy enough to be behind the wheel of a car that can do lane assist. I think it's silly that we're seeing electric cars as a solution, yet the way in which they're made don't really change much in the grand scheme of things, if anything at all.

    MoistGoatMoistGoat11 giorni fa
  • me, learning to drive with no money for a nice, safe, comfortable car: 90’s shitbox noises

    TimTim11 giorni fa
  • I disagree Trucks cars and bikes will still be built for many years to come at least for another 100 years because there isn’t any viable solutions for countries like Australia and good ol South Africa etc , where 1000 plus kilometer journey get done daily by 1000’s of people !

    Riaan BreslerRiaan Bresler11 giorni fa
  • Christ man those stories were making feel all funny man.

    dazayit brittledazayit brittle11 giorni fa
  • New challenge, cheapest thug car

    mycathunghimselfmycathunghimself11 giorni fa
  • 45:40 Question: Are car guys a dying breed. In the civil engineering world, road design currently is a hot topic. Lots of cities are willing to cut down on car dependency and invest in cycling and public transport. Cars are here to stay, but over the last few decades car dependency has wrecked cities and this needs to change. We need to give people options for transport, not let everybody rely on cars.

    Michiel VoetbergMichiel Voetberg12 giorni fa
  • What muppet would except the the outright ban on petrol cars ? No more classics? Rubbish

    Nasty business.Nasty business.12 giorni fa
  • Do you think car insurance is killing off young car enthusiasts? I have 7 years NCB and it's still a painful ordeal to get insured on something RWD

    Jake JonesJake Jones12 giorni fa
  • I love this, during my 8th period class every tuesday, my teacher is pretty chill so while i'm working he lets me just put. headphones on and listen to this. Thanks for making school a little less boring!

    Mitchell MifflinMitchell Mifflin12 giorni fa
  • More Z3 videos!!

    The Haz AnatorThe Haz Anator12 giorni fa
  • guys i"m selling my saab 9.3 est in blk the same as jacks but manuel,are you interested in being like jack!!ethans gash is epic!!also got beemer wheels for sale/20.15 buy an old is200....you wont break it...

  • nice debate at the end. Could've been much longer. But needed more facts :)

    Vano ScrapVano Scrap12 giorni fa
  • aah what a depressing end to the podcast I wish the world governments wouldn't be so harsh on Co2 emissions for vehicles when they barely affect the world at all... ill keep driving my 6.0 V8 for now...

    Tom ForrestTom Forrest12 giorni fa
  • In much of the world electric cars just aren't practical. You can carry extra petrol in jerry cans, you can't carry extra electricity.

    Mister NobodyMister Nobody12 giorni fa
  • Fibreglass shards are the worst

    Razor's Retro Game ShelfRazor's Retro Game Shelf12 giorni fa
  • I though it was a Fiat Uno or Tipo

    Ox Uluç ÖzcanOx Uluç Özcan12 giorni fa
  • Salvage rebuilds uk is a channel worth looking at

    kieren mooneykieren mooney12 giorni fa
  • Some topics were "deep" this week.... balls deep in fact! still another great podcast!

    CragSideCragSide12 giorni fa
  • not RWD, not 4WD. Ethan : SUPAACAR??

  • It’s really a disgrace how the world is demonising cars as the major cause of climate change, when climate change isn’t even fully accepted in the academic community! There’s plenty of evidence to support the natural rising and cooling of global temperatures that never gets brought up in the war on cars. For 300 years Europe experienced a rise in temperature known as the medieval warm period, where grapes were grown in England it was that warm. This was followed by 360 years of unusually harsh winters and wet summers, known as the little ice age. All this was between 950ad and 1680, long before the car ever came along

    AJCgolfAJCgolf12 giorni fa
  • Hello! LONG time view of this channel. Absolutely love these podcasts and look forward to them every week, truly I do. My question is, this episode was only 59mins long. Is that because you guys just wanted to in the conversation and stop the podcast or being of network or other limitations??? Personally I would love it to be about and hour and a half or so. The impulsive podcast does a good job with length. Loving the podcast keep it up!! I may be 1% of people thinking this but just wanted to share because I love it so much!

    Connor KasnikConnor Kasnik12 giorni fa
  • 14:08..... Anyone else catch that?

    SumkindaHumanSumkindaHuman12 giorni fa
  • It is a same that us car people are an endangered species and I think it’s because society doesn’t accept us they think that we are childish or nerdy or just a bit strange all because we are not the same as boring sheep of the world

    English Car GuyEnglish Car Guy12 giorni fa
  • Being 16 myself, I would say that there are DEFINITELY less car people my kind of age!

    Kieran MartinKieran Martin12 giorni fa
  • 200hp from a 1.8 N/A stock bimmer engine with only bolt-ons? I call bollocks.

    Vano ScrapVano Scrap12 giorni fa
  • Kind of sad that the CO2 discussion was cut short at the end. I know its a rabbit hole but Gareths points resonated with me so much that I would have loved to see where the discussion had gone. great content as always lads, keep it up :P

    HalfenglishAsiaHalfenglishAsia12 giorni fa
    • Apparently the a/c units on refrigerated lorries pump out a huge amount of greenhouse gases as they are unregulated and rarely serviced

      Rufus ThomasRufus Thomas9 giorni fa
    • It's a very valid point. There are more and more data centres being created and they need a LOT of air conditioning units to keep cool. They can be lowered by solar and wind power however.

      Alex MaddoxAlex Maddox11 giorni fa