tv REV - The Global Auto and Mobility Show Deutsche Welle January 22, 2022 7:30am-8:01am CET
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mahogany stop. never been me back with we are living during the most extraordinary time in history or transport. we'll go fully electric with rance the audio and mobility. so what everything is in flux and mobility is no different, it constantly evolves and changes. so what will the future of mobility look like? ramped travels to the c e. s, and las vegas to find out it will definitely take some getting used to seeing such cost driving around without a driver. the mines power in the face of adversity. rev delves into what an elite,
late dose to after ally faltering crash indian de car rider c. s. santos went from racing across the dunes and struggling to remember who he is. like when i met people, i couldn't do that. can i them in the can and when i was in the can have known bad been taken in my own streets before he can base his motorcycle again, he must fight an arduous battle within his own mind. gone, sitting on saying this because i mean depression and i take medication to address it. new lease is on life and new possibilities for the future. now, on rad, with the very best of future technology finds itself under one roof at the consumer electronic sho,
in las vegas. and this includes the latest most innovative technology and the auto and mobility sector. rev headed there to bring you all the updates. mobility is constantly evolving and that's why they're at the 2022 c. as in las vegas to find out about the newest dress with right behind me, you can see the booth of talk, talk a turkish ca, manufacturer, and they claim they will have a user centric approach. so the car should be your companion on the stant, you and your needs. and the brand offers more than just a car. some want it reminds me of neil with all that things around it. but let's talk about the chorus. such a will be available in 2 different versions. 160 and 320 kilowatts real drive. all
wheel drive. that way, it will make the dash from 0 to a 100 kilometers an hour in 7.6 or 4.8 seconds, and offer a range of 300 or 500 kilometers according to w l. t. p. of course, it will be able to foss, charging less than 30 minutes. small connectivity and over the updates are also some feed just the car will have. of course you would expect that from a new car to need is a $98.00 of the wheel base, which is pretty decent. so you should expect quite a bit of space in the interior for passengers. but the company does not only offer a fully electric car, which should be good for the environment, but they also claim to have europe clean paint shop with low c o 2 emissions and carbon footprint in the factory for that is currently being built. and it should be finished by the end of the year. and then in beginning of 2023, the 1st cost will roll into mass production.
what you can see right here behind me is some sort of different vehicle. the one they mobile envision pop and the envision to go both of these concept me curves for shannon mobility. and they combine an e corner module technology for 90 degree rotation of all 4 wheels. which will allow for easy power parking because the cow will simply turn the wheels and then get into the parking space for the mall. and they have a communication lamp on the front grill that engages with nearby pedestrians for safe. autonomous mobility. the m vision. pop is a battery run, e v, and the envision to go is a fuel cell run e v. so 2 different technologies, but basically both electrically driven on one thing is clear. it will definitely take some getting used to seeing such cars driving around with out driver.
what you see here right behind me is volvo's concept recharge, showing where volvo is heading in the future. from that, they teamed up with lumina, which offers iris lied, our systems and fans, and the perception software with that mobile can offer a car with unsupervised autonomous driving capabilities for highways. of course, that is nothing. we will see tomorrow, but it will certainly come in and not so distant future. furthermore, the concept is, unlike the other recharge models from volvo that are already available based on a new electric only technology base, allowing for different approaches when it comes to building. of course that system can not only be used for passenger cars, but also for bigger vehicles like truck next up, it's been fast, been fast is vietnamese car makeup that offers a wide variety of different cars. of course,
the naming of the cars is not exactly creative as they range from $5.00 to $9.00 simply numbers. but what's special about been fast is that they have an exceptional battery leaving policy, as well as industry leading 10 year warranty on their cars. some of the technology been passed uses in their cars, comes from german manufacturers that have that f s. the key systems partner supplying multiple cameras, radar and light sensors, as well as the intelligent fusion of the sensors to be network. but in advance that central control unit, this will enable been passed to the level level 2 plus autonomous driving from the beginning and also off of the possibility to work on those to develop higher level functions such as traffic jam pilot highway, driving chauffeur and automated valid parking the well, the future of mobility certainly seem 6,
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a respectable position. he was instantly prepared to the ranks of indian more to sport heaters after all competing and in finishing the world's most drooling and punishing all through, rally deeds as a private dio, without factory backing was a herculean task. 7 years down the line. now of fact t righto with 7 back. are stats mc dock are finishes behind him. he's seen countless injuries and setbacks, but after dark our 2021 santos face is his biggest challenge yet. it's a fight to 1st find himself and then some they go back to competing in the dunes. hi, my name is c as unfortunate for tim. he don't want to sports very of my memory. i think i've done a few dog eyes. it started in 2015 was my 1st darker and ever since then, i've been going to dock i so it's now 2021. so 7. i would say
yeah. 16. 161718. 19. 20. so i've been raising the dagger ever since 2015. ah, going to say 2021. that would make it 7 die so fun. 6 6 with they always begin to go with the mothball with, which is the darker unfortunately, for me, it didn't work out the way i demising a dock article. and of course, there are many things that can happen in the data, but i didn't expect in it to end up with i don't room will the dagger or the year before. so unfortunately i had my head,
so i crashed out of the dagger and that's pretty much what i remember from being told that i crashed out like an i man. i would think this like a dream. it's not true. i wake up and this is not happen. if you could turn the clock back, know are you, are you living a happy life? i did one point of time and suddenly a whole life in the gala for the fall of him constantly and who's on the 8th. and she follows the progress of the vehicle from one point to the next point. and she realized at one point of time that you know his vehicle was not working. he was and his number is not going forward. and then she realized something must be wrong. and that when she checked his number was also removed from the, from the list of participants. and then she realized definitely something very wrong. so i was thinking that i had
a very small crash because i didn't break any boons. and i was thinking for sure i hit my head on the road, but because my head is damaged. and so when i met the guy that actually had crashed before me at the same spot where i crashed, you said you class 13140 also the west that as waiting was you all fine sir. records data. and so even though plants are guys told me that they have data from my class, and i had 3 big trashes and one crash. so i was going very fast at that point in time. and yes, and the fact is that what i crashed on was a rock which was the same color as the sand. they couldn't have seen it they added the phone into the press conference so that i could hear what the chief medical officer was telling the other people making a man. she said that she has met with an accident, but dinner has had a head injury. it's only, you know, he has been put into any news going on and you know,
this was diffuse accidentally, any new, don't press my heart stopped. so i can only say in those lines, they said my heart stop and editors here. i mean, bring me back to get my heart to beat again. so it was that. so i don't know why this isn't a driveway memory of it. i'm very uncomfortable seeing this. me that was in a coma for i think one month what they told me and then they brought me out of it. and then i remember that. now i can tell you, i remember the fact that i thought everything was a dream because i don't remember the year before and not to the dock. i don't remember the year before and nobody more than a year before me and collaborating and hospitals and color went up to the front door and he had an
interest. so i'm not going to be comfort and even put up his thumbs up for that a big need to see his functioning. ah, he didn't know who he was. he was in very bad shape. looking at him today. you can call me back if you can get up. he couldn't sit up. he couldn't walk, nor thing was like baby steps. again, he never had any balance in his body. 2 people had to walk next to him to stand up and balance. anybody can do even think about it and i was in a position without any injuries or any broken bones. not able to doing this. so strange that i couldn't even balance effortlessly. i didn't pay attention to balance and to pay attention to walk through it. i had to pay attention to hold the
ball, sit everything needed my attention. basically, i was not a human being. i was not a man anymore because we rely on a census so much on the fact that i couldn't see anybody straight, a double vision. and the fact that one on musically didn't work, it is we'll get it shoulder and was the brain damage. and the fact my brain was so tired all the time was really difficult to understand why you were so tired all the time that i want to sleep. and what is wrong with you? i asked myself what that is wrong with you. are you cheating yourself? is what i asked myself because of my cellphone and we'll see you joking that you can do all the things you're joking, come on that you can live this way. you can run what is wrong with you? i think is wrong with you. yes, i have to make peace with the fact that there's something in all the me and i don't see it in there. so i'm scared of that.
ah, this in awe. very difficult to come to terms with the santos, that a wife. 2 centers that become after the class because you know, we had killed him because all the characteristics, 6 of who i was had died i i going to broken many bones and breaking born a lot of pain, which i could deal with and i was always strong about it, but the fact that i hit my head in a way that changed to i was as a person, is something that even today i'm trying to deal with it me ah.
encouraged by friends and family, santos underwent months of rehab alleviation that i still kind of fitness and bolona to reagan basic motor skills and then resume training at his big drug in bangalore. he's making steps in that i did action, but his biggest victory was when for the 1st time since he crashed, he got back on the motorcycle. i don't basically own people because it was a mine that was injured. so i had to go to spain. right. a bicycle 1st in traffic, not in the bicycle in traffic. so people that i knew what traffic was and to knew how to navigate traffic. and then from that to riding an old book on the expires of good rally. but i don't the experience because my injuries without that i couldn't controller full fledged motorcycle the the motorcycle
felt like i really enjoyed yesterday. because the feeling that you have and the tires rolling on the ground. why visions that are coming to the engine feeling it through the frame federal ord yesterday. but everything else felt like an done for years. like when i met people, i couldn't recognize them. i didn't even recognize my own house. didn't dick and when i was in tech and no one bed didn't take my own streets. so i was in that state, not remembering anything. so from that, remembering a motorcycle was, was something that i, that i loved because it reminded me. so i love that aspect. oh, the me aside from the physical component of his injuries, dealing with the mental aspect has been the metaphor mountain the time it's been a difficult journey. is a guy mentally, very strong. and the fact that an injury like this fixed away from you
soon i think athletes a page where human beings because they do amazing aspects of everyday life. of course they do. but they all seem being to the end of the day when you basically have injuries, like in, like i have in the past when you break stuff or you don't do it in the races or you face and difficulties. there was always inspiration for all of these aspects, and there's always talked about and the movies made him and books isn't. and there are people who have an interest in this, but the injury that i was going through, there was no literature on it. i felt like the only man in the world that was going to what i was going to it felt made normally because it is very difficult to get information on the kind of injury that i was facing. and what i had to do, because the mind is very difficult for an athlete to speak about.
adie baton was an incredible driver. and of course for champion in wi fi. and i saw the fact that he had gone through an injury that affected him mentally. when he was in depression and i found it very hard to believe that an athlete can go into depression. first of the human being to understand that, that a person could have depression was not puzzled. i me and i understand that an athlete goes through, it was incredibly hard that you have these moments even as an athlete that relies on his mind to get him to what he is going to. so. so yes, so i'm sitting and seeing the see because i mean depression, so i'm going by depression and i had to take medication to address it. i'm seeing it do because i know at batman was able to get past what he went through. and i know if he was able to get back to what he went to, i'm sure i will do as well. and
also another aspect that i'm going to share with you as also that you talk about it is because i think you said about this. i think the world needs to know because this injury also when i say a man is also there was no dr for women, there was a sexual general. so at a girlfriend and i didn't see them in like, normally would see them as, and that was taken away. i didn't have dest austin, when you have those things anymore in my life. i even with all the fact backs, chandeliers, just trying to focus on the silver linings. i'm smiling because, you know, it took me 8 months to get 90 depression because apparently, all the doctors that i met were asking me for dealt in said delta signs of what, how you're depressed. and the fact is that i don't why didn't have of characterise,
to do the expected me to be very violent, abusive. all those kind of things, which i didn't do it all in a panic, so surprised that i'm so will be it. and so basically i felt an emptiness inside me because i felt that man died, that somebody had died and that man was me. i was living as a person, but i had died as an individual. and so basically, the biggest joy was the fact that i discovered him, they took the dimensions of it was amazing to find c s and those again, happy to have their really back on a motorcycle because that is being a man that i am to find myself is the biggest possibility and joy that i have in my life is defined myself. and that's why i say the motorcycle is me because that is who i am and to discover that is to be back on the motorcycle again. and to see my team does, that is the best joy that i can take away from this i
despite his best efforts, no sanders has to make peace with the fact that his duck redone will have to be deferred. today i went to switzerland because they wanted me to go see somebody, a concussion. my concussion basically is a hospital for the mind. i want them to say to me and nothing is wrong with you. and i feel all of my gosh. unfortunately, i feel like death and after that i had to i had to call low life and tell him that unfortunately i'm in this position and even though it's a motivation of my life to be back on the motorcycle that is the darker i have to let you down and i let him down and the deemed on what i feel me nonetheless, sandra has been re signed by heat motor sports, red bull, and said vin and his motivation remains his desire to do them proud and to try and
realize his own potential. as his team, back in the day, which is kind of on me being in this and i was watching myself raised like a 100 me to this. but i'm looking to myself, i'm seeing this much potential in me, are not able to realize that potentially me like i have so much to give. but i'm looking myself not giving that potential of what i have the i mean it's, i present my ambition in life not to be a great question. i just want to be a person that i knew i can be, which is to my own potential. so yes, that is my source of goodness that i want to be. so yes, i just want to be back to myself. like i said, i want to be samples again because one experience joy from one of these aspects that made me way. i love to experience what i'm doing is like chasing the wood because you think that you, that i have a certain place that's going to mean something that you get something out of it.
and i'm still chasing that. so i still don't know what i mean. i'm trying to find myself in the end of the day chasing and i was in a way to find myself. like i said in that is that potential. so yes, i am suggesting that available and i hope to find that pot of gold at the end of it . yes. oh santa she is convinced that the only way to do this is on 2 wheels. another aspect i don't want to talk about, but i will talk about because looking spoke to me about it. and looking basically when he was going to a difficult phase in his life, he had to ask himself this question, racing everything. and he said it's not. and unfortunately, i cannot see that you ah, i don't see my life without me. it's a sentiment that his family understands. well, i would love to see him writing again. he's one race and copied english.
for sure. lucky man. even to be alive with the fact that i should have actually not been here in this physical form. his testament to the fact that a lot of things have gone wrong. and it's only this much that has happened to me. so yes, i'm a lucky man. and i mean for a reason we'll see what that reason is. the well good luck and right safe until we see you next time on ref. ready ringback ah, ah,
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