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Fresh update on "audi" discussed on BBC World Service
"And Armenian forces over the disputed territory off no gonna carry back despite a cool by the U. N Security Council for an immediate end to the clashes. Armenia's Ministry of Defense reported artillery fire along the front line. On Wednesday morning, Azerbaijan confirmed that military operations were continuing along the whole frontline. Late on Tuesday. The Security Council cool for de escalation of tensions and return to meaningful negotiations without delay, the former chief executive of the German coming Audi goes on trial in Munich later Over his role in the diesel emission scandal of the parent company, Volkswagon. Rupert Stadler faces charges of fraud and force advertising. He denies wrongdoing. Leggett reports It's five years since it emerged that Volkswagen had fitted millions of cars worldwide with software capable of manipulating legal emissions tests..
Ex-Audi chief executive Rupert Stadler to go on trial for 'dieselgate' scandal
"Executive of the German carmaker Audi goes on trial in Munich later over his role in the diesel emissions scandal at the parent company votes Foggin Rupert start, Lor faces charges of fraud and force advertising. He denies any wrongdoing, Leggett reports. It's five years since it emerged that Volkswagen had fitted millions of cars worldwide. With software capable of manipulating legal emissions tests. It's allowed those cars to appear less polluting than they really were. The resulting scandal has cost the company more than $30 billion in fines, compensation and legal costs. At the time. Rupert Stadler was head of Audi, the upmarket brand, where the software itself was first developed. He stands accused of allowing sales of cars fitted with the system to continue even after the cheating had come to light.
California to ban new gas-powered vehicle sales by 2035
"Governor Gavin Newsom has signed an executive order to ban the sale of all new gas powered cars and trucks in his state by 2035 saying. He has to do it to fight climate change. California accounts for 11% of all vehicle sales and other states generally follow California's lead. All car makers are developing electric vehicles, but many customers have balked at higher prices and longer recharging time. The order is also likely to be challenged in court. Newsome made his announcement standing in front of the line of electric vehicles from brands including Audi and Tesla's money
Michele Mouton, Queen B of Group B
"Yeah. So today we're discussing Michelle. mouton. A woman. We've this is this the first time we've discussed a woman on the show. This might be the first episode dedicated to a lady. which is a bit embarrassing. I would say so yeah. But no better woman to start off this trend with and Michelle. She is easily one of the best rally drivers ever. She's a beast. So I'm really stoked that we can tell the story even if it took us a little while to get to it, that's on us but but it's interesting because motorsport is really one of the sports where women and men compete against each other as true like she's not the best. Female driver ever. She's one of the best rally drivers at. Yeah. Regardless of gender she's one of the greatest. and honestly like just watching a video of her rally driving makes me sweat. Over, yeah she's like she's the person who when we talk about. Like rally cars now are all-wheel-drive. Wheel drive. But when Audi showed up with quattro and just started smoking everybody that was Michelle. Meantime that was young Mouton Bay. mouton on the track. Yeah I mean. To your point James like drag racing of course is or was kind of dominated by women at one point all the force sisters were just tearing it up. There's really no reason. For it to be separated by gender in in Motor Sport Really of course right now there's the there's the W. series, which is a like a women's open-wheel series. At I think that's more for them to kind of get exposure and it proved themselves in like a formula car but I'm looking forward to seeing some of those drivers come up in the formula. One. Soon hopefully, it would just make it more interesting for crying out loud if nothing else I agree let's get into it a. all right. Let's fired up. All Right Michelle Mouton entered this world on June twenty third nineteen, fifty one in the French Riviera more specifically the idyllic town of grass cross grass Ross. The Idyllic town of Gross France, the perfume capital of the world grassi surrounded by fields of aromatic flowers and home to Francis. Oldest perfumery GALLIMARD. Look I'm friend by far French is the language that I have the hardest time pronouncing both words and names I apologize profusely to anyone with a modicum of sense of how to pronounce stuff I. Think you're doing great. I think I think here like right there. Thank you, Joe, unlike many drivers whose family have a history in the sport returns family made a living growing roses and jasmine for the perfume industry mouton spent her youth skiing doing ballet and excelling in school. But just beyond the flower fields sat the mountain. Stages used for local rallies and wouldn't be long before the engine notes trickling down into the valley beckoned to Michelle mcgann discovered her love of cars at fourteen years old when she would steal her father. Pierre's Citron to seavy and take it out for joyrides. Quote for me at the time a car always meant freedom and independence she said but driving wasn't something she could possibly see a future in it for anyone to envision that path for mere enjoyment to making something your life's purpose but you could argue this especially from. Models for women on the racing stage were few and far between. So after graduating high school Bhutan took up odd jobs working as a ski instructor, a Care Assistant in a home for the disabled and eventually at her father's insurance company until she began studying to be a lawyer but something unexpected would quickly put an end to that career path her entry into a competitive rock and roll dance contest.
Officials: Car Thefts Up 2,000% In Scarsdale
"Village of Scarsdale, dealing with 2000% increase in car theft this year. And the way people are letting it happen. May surprise you so far this year 22 car stolen and not one of them was broken into. Police say all of them had been left unlocked with the keys still inside. Isabel made that mistake and her parents. Audi was stolen cars in our driveway all the way up, so we didn't really didn't think that it wouldn't. It wouldn't be a disaster. It's a dangerous mistake, says Westchester, D. Anthony Scarpino. Because many times young people steal these cars for use and other crimes they are playing, you know, grant theft auto in really life, and they're just looking for vehicles that are not lot. Meanwhile, prosecutors and police are pleading with people to a lot their cars.
Judge stops Idaho from enforcing transgender student-athlete ban
"Transgender athletes from women's sports teams. Well, that's not really very specific. Is it because you could be? Let's see a woman who's trans to Ah, man, and then can you compete in the women's I think you probably should be able to because You know, that's the that's the thing. They're a federal judge says Transgender women and girls in Idaho cannot be banned from sports teams corresponding to their gender. Comma blocking on Idaho law that attempted to do so. They if you're a young man, you're born a boy. You know, you got an Audi instead of an N E. And you grew up playing hockey and and doing whatever on you're a boy. And then you become a teenager. You decide on the girl, and then you want to be on the girls track team. And win the state championship and get the scholarships which happened in Connecticut when this young girl Who was going to the state championship, and she came in fourth instead of third because they're two men who look like they could be wide receivers for the Washington Redskins on and they are saying that they're women, and they won the track meets and then they win the scholarships and all of that. Because you know, liberals on that's really the short answer. So the federal judge says that transgender women meaning biological males, who now say they're females cannot be barred from competing as females and stealing and cheating. See, this is what we used to call cheating. And Democrats air for cheating because they've got this gender issue in their brain that they they can't straighten out. This is a victory for all women and all girls
Tesla Quality Falls Short in J.D. Power Car Survey
"The first time ever tesla included in. Jd Power initial quality survey, but it might have been happier to say off. That list Filipinos got all the details fell. Emily is sort of an interesting survey because they're not technically ranked with all the other automakers, but they do have enough responses from Tesla owners and we'll talk about. The test results in just a bit. Let me show you the top and the bottom automakers in terms of quality initial quality. This is what people say after ninety days. You've got dodging KIA tying for number one in third place. It's titled Between Chevrolet and Ram at the bottom of the list for luxury Maine's. Some of these might surprise you. The one at the bottom will not be surprise. You've got Mercedes than Volvo Audi and coming in number thirty one out of thirty one brands. Brands Land, rover, which is often at the bottom of these lists, and yet they have a lot of intense loyalty and sales remained strong as for Tesla while it's not officially ranked, they did get answered from thirteen hundred Tesla owners in thirty five states and based on that Jd. Power says that the initial quality is the worst in the auto industry in terms of problems per one hundred vehicles. Most of the problems have to do with fit and finish things like wind noise squeaks and rattles the kind of things that people say look. This is what happens when you push manufacturing in order to build in some more vehicles, all of this coming. Coming on a day when Nitsa the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has launched an investigation into what's going on with the touchscreens of sixty three thousand Model S, these are model S.'s built between two thousand and thirteen in two thousand sixteen, the look into why number of owners have reported having problems with those touchscreens, whether that relates to a recall or some kind of a notice from the company remains to be seen as you take a look at shares of Tesla wants more remember that next week we'll get the cue to delivery data from Tesla and whether or not they have to alter their guidance Melissa for full. Your deliveries remember they still technically. Technically are saying that they plan to deliver at least five hundred thousand vehicles worldwide this year, though you give given what we saw with the factories, shutting down in April and a number of the other issues around the world, the question is whether or not they still plan on keeping that guidance. Yeah, it'll. It'll be much harder to hit that year end target if they fall short in the second quarter. Phil thank you
"audi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Your podcasts portions of the following program will be recorded sponsored by Audi right now trending on news ninety three point one K. of BK engineers at T. mobile working to resolve the voice and data issue that's impacting cell phones nationwide the university of California governing board wants to reinstate affirmative action affirmative action gives preferential treatment to minority groups applying to state colleges and government jobs and the university says it's led to greater diversity in both student and employee populations also the Berkeley school district renaming two elementary schools that were named after presidents because they were slave owners Jefferson and Washington elementary schools will both be renamed after unanimous school board vote in an embrace of the black lives matter movement and the John Sutter statue removed in Sacramento we have a Twitter poll going on what you think of that move on K. F. B. K. also the state budget deadline today and the Supreme Court today also refusing to hear the trump administration's challenge to California's sanctuary law that means law enforcement officials are still prohibited from eating federal agents and taking custody of immigrants as they are released from jail I got perspective on both topics from KPK is political analyst Gary Dietrich first the issue of California remaining a sanctuary state well this is gonna you know some people insure this ruling obviously Kitty and others are not here's the really interesting thing about it the Supreme Court essentially let stand what would typically be seen as a very conservative position watering by that stage right here we are not going to try to supersede state and also in a this is centralized your local and state law enforcement by saying you must be part of immigration enforcement so in many ways what they let stand was a ruling that was written by a conservative members of the U. S. Supreme Court but it does juncture that pretty much is the end of the road I mean one sixteen courses were not getting here this for now at issue is that if finished as far as California is concerned yeah well I only justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito junior voted to hear the administration's appeal so yeah major victory for California okay well let's move on to the other issue regarding our state and that's the state budget June fifteenth this is the date the California legislature has to act on the state budget but we are in extraordinary times so tell us about the impact Gary well you know everybody knows where the fifty billion dollar plus hold key when it comes to the state budget questions what you gonna do about it the legislature some would say they punted Newsom you're gonna put your Hey if we don't get this fourteen billion dollars from the federal government by July one it can't catch coming French energy education just on down the line what he said no we're gonna wait and those cuts will not be the one act any significant cuts before September one in hopes that Congress is still going to get out a number of major piece of legislation finding a lot of activity have you do a cupboard and related matters and so that's where it stands I mean the legislature will go ahead pass a budget your date but it may not look anything like this I can read the fault okay well keep his political analyst Gary deter dollars appreciate your perspective thank you doctor Phil okay it's five fifty traffic and weather together for you now we start with Dan has brought you by California highway patrol and downtown the split is going to be awhile eight managers really nothing to slow you down eastbound westbound little slogan across the river flood Roseville nine minutes and we're heading they'll grow definitely well a little bit faster on I. five to eleven minutes as opposed to thirteen at maybe forty minutes on ninety nine little slowing down around macro but that's to be clearing up joke yeah Jennifer Olson twenty minutes on eastbound fifty also about a sixty minute right after with the north on I. five no delays downtown Davis ten minutes on these are westbound aviation say eastbound eighty no problem there either Hey Sacramento how do you think it feels to save a life any California highway patrol officer who has would tell you there's no better feeling so what about you as an officer change your perspective changer life make a difference in others lives see yourself with the real purpose go to C. H. P. made for more dot com traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Dana has news ninety three point one KPK flight will be mainly clear tonight we'll see a low fifty four to fifty eight sunny skies expected for tomorrow tomorrow will reach a high eighty two to eighty six Wednesday will be breezy.
Children's remains found at home of man tied to missing Idaho kids
"Audi on Chad day bill facing charges after police found the remains of children on his Idaho property today tables home was first searched in January but at the time that yard was covered by snow J. D.'s grandparents released a statement saying it is a difficult time for their family and family members confirm the remains are of Laurie fellows kids who had been missing since
Volkswagen replaces Herbert Diess as CEO of the VW brand
"And Volkswagen says its CEO is giving up managing the company's core brand in order to concentrate more on the group as a whole Herbert dices images been tarnished by the company's diesel emissions scandal the change will give that days who's been pushing at the German automaker had with the shift towards zero emission vehicles and a new more environmentally friendly image of more time to focus on the overall brand which includes Audi Porsche and
Prosecutors allege Michael Avenatti may have violated the terms of his temporary release
"Prosecutors are asking a judge to consider sending prominent Orange County lawyer Michael Avenatti back to jail because they think he's violated the terms of his recent release by going on line of an Audi who's been convicted of trying to extort millions of dollars from Nike and is still facing a number of financial charges as well was temporarily allowed to go into confinement at a friend's home because of fears he might catch the corona virus will in jail but he was ordered not to access the internet well he is out
AI Changing the Workforce, Interview with Valerio De Stefano
"Hello and welcome to the AI today. Podcast I'm your host Kathleen. I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer. Our guest today is of Alario Distefano. Who is professor of labor law at Keio Leuven Hive Alario? Thank you so much for joining us on today. Thanks so much for the action thrilled to have you. Welcome Valerio and thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell us a little bit about your background and your current role especially as it relates to artificial intelligence for so professor of Labor Law the University of love and in Belgium and before debts I was some Offi several stage National Labor Office. Which is a you and specialized agency that deals with everything that concerns labor and work there. I started working on technology. Impacts on labor may be working for a number of years about platform worth in the economies and he was the first time I started to reflect on automated management platforms. Vastly use technology to manage NBC. Fine Worse for instance. They allocate us in worksheets using. Gps and you. Software to constantly monitor work by collecting for instance customer reviews on cutting out of the Latham's workers debts on a meet. That very high on this that is required to be met are for taking screen shots of people that were aligned to show their clients that they are actually working so blaffer work as being used as a pilot for management by But management by algorithms is much broader than that so my interest come from the label sides and when we talk about and management and automation and occupy. It affects the workplace. Well we see that. A loss of the debate is about the wanting of jobs. How many jobs we'RE GONNA LOSE COMMISSION WE? They're all but still my competent job or not so much on the quality side of it's our technology is gonNA impact on my every day working life out not used to write my performance discipline my work so I think an researcher I am trying to fill these gaps. San One of the ways between these by editing a special issue of a journal Competitive Labor Law and policy are now that's east about automation artificial intelligence and labor protection and especially should we gather he contribution of many labor experts. Sociology economies lawyers investor relations specialists to investigate out technology. Easings reducing the workplace The facts our worke life beyond question all losing jobs. Yeah that was a really interesting insight. Thank you so much for your input on that you know. Some employers are having their employees use wearable tools that track emotions and stress by collecting data on heartbeats and the tone of voice for example. So you say that. Most of these practices should be urgently restricted because losing one's privacy especially their internal privacy mental privacy arguably threatens one of the core elements of being human. Can you explain to us why you say this? And what data. You may have to show how it can be misused so having a system the trucks your emotions and read your facial expressions or the tone of your voice is percents agreed invasion of our private sphere impersonality so basically when these options. I'm giving a data concern my most privates. In evening we will aspects the most private People of my life my thoughts my emotions and in some cases I might not even be much aware of these emotions of deceased themselves so basically managers know more about me they night about myself and these basically economic up on stress levels in general is generates huge information asymmetry now permission cement always being there at the workplace but he's really tilting the scale on the employer side. This is why. I think this should be restricted in a way because we are experiencing something that was completed America off in the past. The facts that employers manages can read my mind now so the question is not about Audi St that are be misuse. It is the very thing collection of the data. That should be called into question using us. His answer no in my mind better and faster than I women to share busy formation with other people percent abuse so we do not need data on specific issues is practice already are issues pursuing my. You know it's interesting because data is at the heart of AI and people have been freely giving away their data for many years in exchange for free services. And I think for a while we weren't even thinking about it we were just signing up giving away information leading different companies and systems and apps that we were using track us and didn't think twice about it but what happens when the workplaces start requiring employees to use these tools that collect data on them you know such as facial recognition technology or wearable tools that are able to track a variety of different things. This is where it starts to get. Maybe a little bit more gray where we're not necessarily giving it out so freely but almost being more fired too. So what have you seen discussed around this subject with regards to laws and regulations so first of all as a lawyer? I feed the assumption that people even customers even as the mets F- truly consented to give away all. These data is percent questionable. Now when we started to get away those day that when we hey member of facebook or twitter or whatever we did we could not imagine how far reaching implications of data could be an Audi. St could use it was not a manageable of the point. And even if this was describing fine prints in thousands of pages of terms of references. Nobody haven't read those sense of Serres. Now if we want to give you becky ambulance seeker lawyer. I mean it can be enough. Yes you gave your consent to even read the fine print so bad for you but as a society any tens of policy we need also to question much consent in our bailable and valued consent loss when we start to all these away now acids from days when it comes to employment fierce. Give bits even more complicated because employment is percent. Somebody us. Fowler's augured the other party at employers in any legal system as some amount of authority over workers they can be supplying the workers. They can monitor their work. The director work so it is already unbalanced situation. And when it comes to employment because of these unbalance consent is really never to be taken for goods in the sense that most people don't have a choice whether to work or not whether to apply for a job or not whether to be subject to certain vises tools than that monitoring techniques or not so there is not each choice and therefore there is not a free
Interview with Oki Mek, Special Advisor, HHS
"Hello and welcome to the AI. Today podcast I'm your host Kathleen Walsh and I'm your host Schmeltzer. Our guest today is okay. Mack who is the senior advisor to the chief information officer at the US Department of Health and Human Services? Hhs So okay thank you so much for joining us on Ai Today. Thank you for having caffeine wrong. Yeah thank you so much for joining us. You'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. And tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at HHS. I am a. I am the senior adviser to Sasebo. And I'm also the technical integration. Lead but edgy reimagined but my background is really cybersecurity but my principal around cybersecurity. That just knowing cyber alone is not enough. You really need to know and understand the business I've been with. Hr FINANCE BUDGET GRANTS ACQUISITIONS. I was leaving sponsored to help onboard new employees for personnel security and badges and laptops. So I find that to be very critical and crucial in terms of modern nine station in the government just knowing to three sixty just understanding what you know what budget stream is coming through. What is the budget calendar Audi acquisition services and products and even just getting people on board with badges an laptop? Just getting that three sixty view and been very critical in terms of you know modernizing trying to innovate in trying to change the landscape Embracing Emerging Tech and dealing with big data paradigm shifts excellent. Yeah it's definitely the government's been very interesting. Adopter not just technology in general but especially with artificial intelligence. Because you know is is a transformative technology. Just like You know many of the other big transformative waves in the Internet and mobile and big data and the cloud and now five G. and then blockchain so all of these technology transformative right. They had changed a whole lot of things or multi. System the multidisciplinary and so obviously there are many ways that we see being applied to government agencies organizations. And we've been very impressed. One of the things that been talking about here a lot today is sort of the many ways in which is being adopted. Not only an industry as a whole but especially in government very impressive actually some of these ways that hopefully it's making the government more responsive more efficient more effective more. Give it more visibility into things. So can you tell us some of the ways that? Hhs is currently adopting AI and various solutions. And maybe how those ways are unique to. Hhs or perhaps similar to what other of different governmental agencies are doing in this space so we start of area to the CIO. And I started a program like celery leveraging ai machine learning and blockchain. It was the first watching network that had been authorized to operate in the federal government but in terms of a I think we are using similar to agency mainly we use it to clean and format the data and as you know you deal with a lot of data set the day. I need data. The biggest thing is cleaning the data. Ninety five I believe ninety percent of it is cleaning the data. People WanNa do they WANNA do machine learning they WANNA do. But they don't focus on they're gonna up a root of baking because Clinton. The data is the biggest component of that process. So we use a machine learning to basically normalize the data from different data sets using supervised and unsupervised learning to normalize the data. And then we also get into linear regression as well in terms of predictive analysis. One of the main thing that we'd do accelerate is looking at prices paid and just as so large we do about twenty five billion in spending on products and services just minding data and cleaning the data at it was a big call just to look at. Why are we buying things that different prices and a good example is? I'm just throwing the example while we buy that. Dobie pro at cms for aided aqua- eighty dollars per license and buying that CDC thirty dapper night or licensed an opportunity to mind data to come to the table to be able to negotiate a different price. You can't come to table to negotiate without having that insight so data claiming and looking at data mining and looking at predictive analysis the three main usage for a for us. That's great you know Melinda. We produced a report last year. And then we did a follow up report this year Dataprep prep and data labeling and I think that a lot of people underestimate how long it's going to take to actually get their data into a usable state so it's great that you pointed that out because I think that people underestimate the time and the difficulty that sometimes it can be actually get data in a usable state. Data's the heart of AI. So you need that. For these systems to learn as a government agency adoption of new technologies such as artificial intelligence can bring its own unique set of challenges that sometimes the private sector doesn't always run into. These can be issues around privacy data usage. What can and can't be used where it can be stored so can you tell us some of the challenges you've seen with Ai. Adoption in your agency and how you're overcoming them by the biggest mistake that people do is looking at the technology before they look at the business and the mission of agency. I always say that does no such thing at it. Project and the business project with it components. You have to start with the business. And what are you trying to saw? Most of these challenges that the EPA my experience I've been in a government close to twenty years half awaiting contractor in private industry and also have in federal government. The challenge is not the technology challenges to culture is leaning chain change management and. I don't think we do not a strategic planning. Just because we have one hundred idea doesn't mean we pursued ideas. We need to look at you know strategic planning comes into play. You may have one hundred ideas but you should only pursue one idea through strategic. Planning you know. The first thing is really feasibility studies. I didn't even feasible to at any regression issue. Anani downstream impact. Accountability is big. I think in terms of trying to modernize. Can you prove a concept just because you have this idea? People might think is a crazy idea but if you do it at a tangible way that you could prove that idea is feasible and it's scalable because you wanNA start small and scale that big as well. Sustainability is huge as well just because the project is a success. Doesn't mean that sustainable as your culture your agency your privacy mature enough to take on this new shining toy you know this new technology but the important part is marketability I we. I can't overemphasize that did not marketability is people. Don't think that the government market but you have to market you ideas. You have to win. The hearts and minds of the workforce the people that They coders you have to be able to market in different ways to senior leadership to middle managers workforce. I think culture is the biggest obstacle. But I think doing a thorough strategic planning analysis and putting emphasis on marketability analysis is key and the biggest part of marketability is human design is really engaging the workforce I'll model in terms of accelerated that. We're not building the solution. We are allowing the workforce to go to solution getting them engaged yet here at thoughts and pain point incorporating agile depth. Bob You know building something. Every two weeks and bring him back to them is a Saab issue and we cycled out every two or three weeks and that really is the key of getting people to lean in and to win the heart and mind of people.
"audi" Discussed on Hands-On Tech
"As they do in many of their newer models is full support for Amazon Alexa. And it's actually built into the infotainment system so if you haven't Alexa account setup which I have set up right now you can configure that and use that to access your Amazon Music Account Or to do any of the other functions that you would do with an Amazon Echo device when you're at home Without actually having to have an echo device so if you have some smart home features like automatic lights or Thermostat or for other things are controlled through Alexa. You can actually control those directly from the car so as you're driving home for example you can have it. You can tell it to turn on your exterior lights or open garage door without having to press any buttons and you can just use voice control for that and as I said you. Can you also use it to play any music that you have so the seats in this car are really comfortable as they typically are in in any out vehicle very nice materials is really? We'll put together great finish. It really feels like a luxury vehicle and one of the knocks on Tesla. As good as Tesla vehicles are in many respects at the price point you pay for them compared to comparable premium vehicles from other brands. Don't actually feel that luxurious. Most of the time. Yeah obviously you're giving up something here too for the Audi relatives in Tusla in terms of range and performance This is not a slow car by any means. But it's not gonna be able to drag race against a Model X. Performance It'll do zero sixty about five and a half seconds When you enable boost mode but it's really designed to be more of a mainstream product not a performance vehicle Audi is working on a performance variant of the Tron. That's going to be coming out Probably sometime in twenty twenty one I think and So we've seen That they're working on three motor variant. This one like most. Tesla's has two motors front rear up to two hundred horsepower. Each in the standard mode they actually put out about one hundred and seventy five horsepower. Each so about three hundred and fifty five horsepower total And then when you enable the the boost mode that will get you up to A little over four hundred horsepower Later this year Out He's going to be introducing a new variant of the Trot called the sport back which rather than having the sort of SUV. Traditional SUV wagon kind of horizontal roof. Line all the way back instead. it features a sloping rear back. So it's more coop like and that one We'll be actually going to be making some changes in the battery management system To use more of the battery capacity finding so far that they're battery durability is better than they anticipated so it will actually have more range it's expected to have an official range rating of about two hundred and twenty two hundred twenty five miles per hour and eventually those changes We'll probably be migrated back into the standard e Tron as well and going forward A. Tron. Is the the badging that out? He's going to be using all of their plug in vehicles. Which is going to be primarily a battery electric vehicles but also some plug in hybrid models electrical system and this vehicle is a four hundred volt electrical system which is typical of most current vis And it supports charging rates of up to one hundred and fifty kilowatts But and it also has a very robust throw management system so manages the temperature the battery of keep the battery from overheating which can cause damage to it or keep it from getting too cold On the batteries cold. It also can't charge fast so they've got an a very robust Temperature management system in this this battery pack and then in some of the other Higher end models that are coming up We've already got the Porsche tycoon in the market. I haven't had a chance to drive that one yet although I did get a chance to ride in one prototype last summer. Tycoon uses an eight hundred volt electrical system. Which is a higher power system It'll it has support for up to three hundred and fifty kilowatt Charging capability and Audi has another model in other coming out late this year which is built on that same platform as the TICON. That's called the each ron. Gt Very sleek Four door coupe. Like hatchback Similar proportions to the Audi a seven and That vehicles coming out towards the end of this year. Although with what's going on right now may get pushed back into early. Twenty twenty one all right. Let's get to the bottom line. So they out succeeded in their stated goals with e Tron. This car very much. Audi in all respects anybody. That's familiar with modern Audis and likes them. They'RE GONNA they're gonNA love this vehicle but it's not perfect it's on the pricey side this particular one eighty five thousand dollars base models star about sixty seven thousand dollars before incentives. And that's that means it's not gonNA be a mainstream vehicle but out aren't mainstream vehicles for their premium brand. It's a premium brand no problem there. The range rains not great. I think it's more acceptable for almost everybody. Two hundred and four miles. I drove two hundred ten miles on this thing before I pulled into an electrify. America's station still had nine. It's showing showing on the range meter so getting two hundred and twenty miles. Range is very very realistic in normal weather conditions. And you know that's generally enough for almost everybody you know. Most people don't drive more than forty miles a day. So you know except for very long trips you know. It's not a problem and I charged it up from almost zero to one hundred percent in about forty five minutes at an EA station. At one. Hundred and fifty kilowatts there's over four hundred electrify America stations now across the country plus hundreds more from charged point ego and and other network providers that are also starting to offer similar one hundred and fifty kilowatt charging rates. So you can pretty much drive this thing anywhere you wanna go. Just like with a Tesla who the Super Charger. Us going to have to stop a little bit more frequently For those fast charges finally the the biggest functional complaint I have about this thing is touchscreen interface for the climate controls. You saw the split dual screen dual touchscreen system with the infotainment navigation on the top climate controls on the lower screen. The top part is fine for using media maps and so on the bottom screen for the climate controls is terrible. That interface is atrocious. Really hard to use while you're driving if you want to adjust anything if you want to turn on the default or trying to get through that to turn on the window. Defago does not work every manufacturer. This is not just Audi. Every manufacturer needs to go back to just straight up. Rotary dials physical controls for climate control. So that you can give a quick twist to just the temperature just the fan speed adjusted direction where you want the airflow and leave it at that it does. We don't need high tech for climate controls in cars at least not while we're still driving now. I've complained a bit about that you know. And that's that's me some people like touchscreen interfaces and cars. I'm not one of them but aside from that you know it's not a deal killer. The rest of the vehicle is so great to drive. It's roomy it's comfortable. It's quick and electric zero emission. So if you're interested in the premium electric suv go check it out. And Audi dealer.
"audi" Discussed on Hands-On Tech
"Options. The Nissan leaf the original test the roadster and of course the Chevy volt which was more plug in hybrid than electric. But we'll let it slide over the last decade we've had a bunch of other issues come to market but not everybody was into in two thousand ten including the Volkswagen Group you know at the time. Volkswagen was trying to sell something that God clean diesel. Well as we now know clean. Diesel wasn't really quite so clean and after that the scandal broke in two thousand fifteen. Volkswagen group completely pivoted towards electrification. And they're now planning to have seventy five different electric vehicle nameplates on the market by twenty twenty five. They launched their first two dedicated electric vehicles in two thousand nineteen the Porsche. Taikang which we haven't yet driven although I have had a ride in it and this went the Audi e Tron. It's a really nice car to drive. Let's take it for the first thing you'll notice when you get into the Detroit is that it's nothing like being tesla rather than going for the sort of modern minimalistic approach that Tesla's taken particularly with the model three but also with the S. and the axe out decided to go for something that's more typically outy back in September of two thousand eighteen when they did the reveal the tron. They explained to us that what they were aiming for was to create an Audi that was electric something that would appeal to customers. That wanted that the traits of an Audi. So what you see here looks very much like any other modern. Audi really nice materials very typical of Audi very nice leather some Alcantara on the door panels. Soft touch materials everywhere. Real Wood Trim on the top along the DASH here and Also typically of modern Audis got dual touchscreen displays here so there's actually three large displays to in the center stack their touch screens. And then the what they call their virtual cockpit digital instrument cluster display and the the two center stack displays here. The lower one is primarily used for climate control so heated seats ventilation and so on and then the upper screen has other vehicle controls as well as a main infotainment system so you navigation audio system and so on one thing. That's unique about Audi's approach to their screens. It's not the typical you know. When you touch your tablet or your phone you actually have to press. It's more along the lines of what you'd get with apple modern track pads which don't actually physically move but give you a haptic feedback that makes it feel like a clique. So let's go for a little ride First thing shifter is rather unique instead of having a big shifter that actually physically moves back and forth. There's actually just switch here on the on on the the end of this handle that sits in the center console. He pushed it forward to engage reverse. And you'll see that the backup camera overhead three sixty view camera light up and then he is your your index finger. Push the switch backwards to engage drive mode. You may be able to hear the sound the humming sound that the Tron is making drive along through the neighborhood here at low speed bullet twenty miles an hour. Modern vs almost all make some sort of sound to provide alerts to pedestrians to let them know they're coming. Because unlike an internal combustion engine vehicle generally not gonNa hear this thing coming at you the driving down the road. Each ron is actually very quiet. Just as most are most of what you hear coming through the vehicle is road noise from mostly from the tires. This particular test unit Has the optional. Twenty one inch wheels running on all season tires But you can also get the base model on eighteen inch wheels which will actually give you a little bit better ride quality one thing about if you opt for the bigger wheels and this is true of vehicles if you opt for bigger wheels and tires you end up sacrificing some ride quality because you end up with tires have a shorter sidewall so they're not as compliant when you're going over some rough rough pieman so this first generation e Tron fits into Audi's lineup. Roughly in between the the mid sized Q. Five and the larger three row Q. Seven SUV's the conventional crossover utility vehicles that That sells it's about Four or five inches shorter than accused seven eight inches longer than a Q. Five and unlike the Q. Seven. It's not a three row to row. So it's a five seater but it's a very comfortable five-seater it's on the larger size for two row. Suv passengers in the backseat. Will have lots of room to stretch out. And you also get lots of cargo space in the back as with all electric vehicles the tron incorporates. Regenerative braking is one of its features Normally it defaults to an automatic mode when you lift off accelerator pedal. We'll just coast So it doesn't do any region but there's paddles look much like shift paddles on the back of the steering wheel here and the the paddle on the left is marked minus the plus is on the right. If you tap the the minus paddle you could manually control. How much region you get so you can see that when I lift off. Now I've put it on the maximum region mode when you lift off vehicle slows down quite noticeably. If you don't like that if you prefer a more traditional approach that feels like an internal combustion engine vehicle than You can turn off that region When you're coasting and it'll just coast and maintain your current speed. That's not as efficient You won't recapture as much kinetic energy And put it back in the battery so it's generally a good idea to Go with more region. If you if you don't mind the Whitfield's so I've been driving this vehicle for the last several days trying to find out how much actual real world range. I can get out of a full charging the battery one of the complaints when this vehicle watch last year was the rather Mediocre EPA mileage rating her by range rating that it has which is only two hundred and four miles which compared to Any of the Tesla vehicles especially comparable price point is about thirty thirty five percent less or more in some cases one of the things that he's done with the Trans they take in a very conservative approach to managing the battery Because what they WANNA do is ensure the durability of the battery over the life of this vehicle and so even though this this car has a ninety five kilowatt hour battery Pack Lithium. Ion Battery pack which is almost the same size as long range. Tesla Model S. or Model X. About one hundred kilowatt hours from there using eight eight percent of that capacity so there's actually only eighty three kilowatt hours available to us but even within that range It's also it's still not as efficient In real world driving as a tesla or some other smaller electric vehicles like the Chevrolet volt so this particular intron has the prestige package So the on is available in the US market with two different trim levels the premium and the prestige and the prestige comes pretty much loaded with almost everything. There's a few options available. This one has the technology package that adds in Features like a heads up display and the Full blown driver assist system. You get things like Adaptive cruise control and lane keeping assist blind spot monitoring his standard but this builds on top of that as some additional capability to it. The driver system in the he trot does have a lane centering capability. But it's not as aggressive is what you'll find in a system like General Motors Super Crews Or TESLA AUTOPILOT. So depending on the speed. You're going through a corner. It may not actually be able to hold you in there. And it's not designed to be a hands off system like supercrew says so you do have to keep your hands the wheel and your eyes on the road. One difference that the Audi has relative to The Tesla's is that rather than just relying on a torque sensor in the steering wheel to detect if your hands on the wheel There's actually capacity sensors in the steering wheel rim just as GM has in the In their supercrew system. So you know if you do have your hands off the wheel After a few seconds it will alert you to put your hands back on the wheel and you see an icon in the steering column and all I have to do is touched the wheel. I don't actually have to fully grab it and I'll have to jiggle it around like you would and a Tesla to indicate that I'm still here. I'll have to put my hands on the wheel and it'll attacked to one of the interesting capabilities e Tron has The camera that used for the Lane. Centering Lane Departure. System Also reads Speed limit signs and other traffic signals. And so what it can do is when you have the cruise control set. I currently have it said forty five miles an hour which is the speed limit along this road. Right now If you if you come to a zone where the speed limit drops it will automatically reduce your set speed Down to that new speed one of the things. They'll show you in the instrument. Cluster is as you approach Curve or in this case around about it actually slows down the vehicle automatically so you can go through safely so I have not touched the brake pedal and it dropped my speed down from forty miles an hour down to twenty five miles per hour as I went through this roundabout and then it will automatically resume the speed that I had set. When you get to back into a higher speed zone it can automatically update that as well. So if I get to a place where the speed limit increases to fifty five miles an hour sixty miles an hour it will automatically update my set speed on the cruise control and go up to fifty five miles per hour so approaching an intersection right now or this. There's a stop sign. And even though I haven't touched the brake pedal the cars already starting to slow down. And it's slowing me down because it knows on the map that there's an intersection here and there's a four-way stop sign so it's already dropped my speed down to twenty five miles per hour. This brand to a full stop here. It won't actually bring it to a full stop so this this is not be considered a full self driving system by any means but it is a very useful driver assist system. This week's ends on tech brought to you by Molecule Mo L. E. K. U. L. E. Molecule uses breakthrough Pico technology breakdown viruses and pollutants like volatile organic compounds on molecular level. Their technology has been tested by science and real. People and Allergy and asthma sufferers are getting an all new experience. Choose molecule air for larger rooms or the molecule air many for smaller ones or create a bundle to provide air purification for your entire home for ten percent off your first air purifier order visit molecule dot COM. Enter the code hot at checkout that's Mo L. E. K. U. L. E. dot com code hot the INFOTAINMENT system In the unlike all modern audis support has support for both android auto and apple carplay out navigation system includes Google Earth as part of their interface. When you pull up their maps you actually see a satellite view an aerial view of the roads. As you're driving down the road you can also get that same view in the instrument. Cluster when you switch to the navigation mode so you'll actually see an aerial view of of where you're driving as as you drive down the road Among the other features that Audi includes in the each ron.
Head of EU's top science panel quits over COVID-19 response
"Modified Audi had only become president of the European Research Council on the first of January but you commission spokesman Johannes park confirmed that professor Ferrari has resigned the news was first announced by the Financial Times based on a statement released to the paper by Ferrari who said he had been extremely disappointed by the European response to the pandemic he complained about running into institutional and political obstacles as he sought to strictly set up the scientific program to combat the virus I'm sorry I shockingly
Washington Gov. Inslee - The Federal Government Has Let Us Down
"It was the country's original epicenter Washington state our Jonathan vaguely Audi says the governor is now asking for help from the White House in Washington state officials announced the opening of the new field hospital for non covered patients governor Inslee joined a chorus of governors who say the federal government has let them down it would be helpful if we have the federal government to fully mobilize the manufacturing the base Washington was the nation's original epicenter and some good news emerging from life care nursing home where at least thirty nine people have died I wanted them to know that I love doing my name's George ninety year old Geneva would survive even after doctors said she only had twenty four hours to
Detainees in US immigration jails living in fear as coronavirus spreads
"I wanted to get this show out today because I just got off the phone with Lorena Qudos out of Mississippi who is an immigrant rights activists. We recently published some news coming out of Louisiana Private Immigration Detention Center that Laurynas Organization called attention to and I wanted to connect with her the Afon to check in on what is happening in Mississippi and Louisiana during the nineteen crisis. If you're in the thick fan Lorena was on the show with us live from Mississippi in February and so I just gave her a ring. And here's what we talked about. Hey thank you so much for being unlucky. No rebels radio with me. Thank you for having me so I wanted to reach out to you. Know we just connected like even like less than a month ago. Right in the thick in Jackson so Spin on you've quickly Yeah but in the middle of all this before we talk a little bit about the work that you're doing Right now how is Mississippi? In general How the mood out there during the during the global pandemic well right now with. What's your feeling is a lot of concern We're in Jackson Mississippi And It we are excited that the mayor's taking action to but the rest of Mississippi is pretty much running Normal especially the Gulf coast with many restaurants open and Being so close to the water we hearing exploding daily so concerned Yeah and our the our immigrant communities that you you serve in In Mississippi how are they? Are they getting the information or they? How's that going? Yeah so he feels some sort of infrastructure we have communications and have the comedian's going strong and has been able to really provide information. I've seen as as we were able to to to define what was going on. So we're trying to interpret translate whatever we get from the CDC. Try to clear each easier to understand. And when I don't share that social media we've created looks Different message services over the phone that we're trying we do here sometimes. People don't realize if I it's as the gravity of the situation But we're trying and right now we're working on developing sound videos in shoe and Imam That have more than interfaces so that people can pay attention to what's going on but there is a lot of concern because they've already depleted and resources so our families could not stuck up right. They have anything to with. No they're just GONNA. I'm very very small amount of resources. And we're trying to create a different fun to be able to Helping your also focusing on the other side of this crisis. That is to be honest with you. It's not getting as much attention. And then it has to do with immigrants attention centers particularly in Louisiana. Where it's now great safe to say that we've unit GONNA be another you know not if it's not already so can you tell me a little bit of the context of what happened this this week. in why we're talking right now Yeah so we so we Have a call to action to them. All the united other Southern organizations and Louisiana particularly working with immigrant community Lisa out oppression me the mandate that I Free are people that were in detention and also United with the movement here in just fifty two free Folks in the jails so we sent out a press release. We both reached out to congressman. Benny Thompson who was the chant. Home Security Committee or asking him to publicly. Ask for these folks so he has agreed to a conversation with us. So that's tending for Lundy Terrible. There's particular one that we share the recording of s Beliefs on one of the male detainees in Louisiana upper corner. You Cleveland Apple Towel again. Even through the veto if you take it again going on though while the woman kindly wannabe panel this. You need big game on to winter. They won't believe me. That's about all the topic on way down the alley in downtown Seattle media buying them. I don't you come home. And then not only Audi that a major Yom Lucchino. Thanks for the help. My Album Light Reno Navy to gay big data can only get thirty dollars. A good idea to pay quitting loosely. Kamal can lead equiment even only monkey and won't get get older woman. I go see them on Sola. It'll be Audi dark. You think the last thing they will get into the Marine. Go get him waking. You only think that believe. Showman Noah Anthony Quainton. What you're saying what keying into. Saint Blind Mehta. Can you hear a little bit more about what you're hearing from these From these individuals who are are incarcerated right now and immigrant detention centers and just want the private facility. Correct from what I can share more about what you're hearing the stories Because I know it was so powerful to hear There's a humanity going on here and then and back to me is just be missed in this crisis And so I have visited essential myself when you first come in. And you know it's a brand new looking space but when you And of course we accept patients We certainly Here from Folks that are in detention center is how horrible. The conditions are The fact that they are already mistreated by the officers. But very unsanitary conditions They don't have soap They have to beg for Wendy. Do out of Asia You know the soap shampoo They actually have organized a time for them to clean themselves and they are not because tendency there. Several people that actually have Chronic lung problems and Heart problems and they are terrified. You know because you have people that are coming in from outside constantly and then they'll also transferred people from other detention centres. Dan You know the movement in and out and it's about to happen and time bomb right now and that's that's what people are worried. They're terrified now. We have a hunger strike. Because they're they feel desperate feeling. This is the only way that able get some
The Legacy of Joe Coulombe - The Founder of Trader Joe's
"You heard the sad news last week. The joke who had died at the age of eighty nine. Who that you say? We'll Cologne founded trader. Joe's The neighborhood. Grocery chain that Trans for millions of people shoppers and employees alike into cult-like fans the impact of his markets has been so significant that the Washington Post called Colom a cultural icon. There's no trader Joe's near you will let step back for just a second and I'll tell you the story. It was nineteen sixty seven joke loan than thirty seven years old had built a chain of eighteen convenience stores in California when gigantic seven eleven came along and he realized he couldn't compete according to the New York Times. He had to find something else to do or one day. Colom read that sixty percent of young people who qualified to go to college. Were going thank you? Gi Bill He also read that. Boeing was building a plane. The seven thirty seven. That would give more people the opportunity to travel overseas. He assumed more international travel would make Americans pallets more adventurous. The New York Times reported the idea for trader Joe's store with fresh produce sophisticated flavors and good wine at an affordable price was born. He opened the first one in Pasadena. California that year famously. Colom conceived of Trader Joe's store for the over educated and underpaid historic would serve budding foodies. Who wanted something more than they could get it a typical supermarket but who couldn't pay a fortune for it and something more was what he built. Quirky stores with a South Seas Flare shelves stocked with Exotic Cheeses and gourmet foods from other countries and eventually natural foods and organic produce. He also trained cashiers to be both friendly and authentic a tradition that continues so strongly today that following Coloma's death one woman tweeted name one mental health professional. That could teach me as much about emotional. Intimacy is a trader Joe's cashier the hawaiian-shirted workers often seem so unusually pleasant. That people ask. Why seem so happy? It isn't simply good. Customer Service training that accounts for the smile no Colom also believed in treating employees well today according to the trader. Joe's claims that its workers are among the industry's best compensated employees. They receive annual raises ranging from seven to ten percent. Health Insurance starts on day. One more than one person tweeted that trader. Joe's covered health crises that other companies would likely not such as the woman who claimed that her colleague faced a two million dollar bill for brain cancer treatments but with trader. Joe's health insurance. He paid nothing as the A. P. noted many workers have stayed with trader Joe's for decades in an industry marked by high turnover from Cologne Fox. Good food at affordable. Prices came hundreds of store brand items like Granola in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy two rather unheard of here in the states cookie butter frozen Mac and cheese also California wines unheard of prices such as the Charles Shaw wine still referred to as two buck chuck. Although today it costs a little more outside. California in Nineteen seventy-nine Colom Sole Trader Joe's to Aldi Nord German grocery chain. Not the same one that owns the Strip down. Budget PRICED AT SUPERMARKETS. Colom remained on a CEO Until Nineteen eighty-eight. The original of the company is still firmly intact today trader. Joe's boasts five hundred stores across the country in two thousand fourteen. The New York Times described the unique chain is equal parts gourmet shop discount warehouse and Tiki Trading Post. The company is hardly without its challenges. It faces a giant rival in whole foods owned by Amazon. All these which is owned by German firm. Audi sued a sort of second cousin to trader. Joe's owner Aldi. Nord is making a big push in America and reportedly beats trader. Joe's on price. Then there are complaints about the downsides of popularity especially given trader Joe's famously small stores in parking lots there are the long lines overcrowding running out a favorite items and too many choices
"audi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Audi right now trending on news ninety three point one KFBK Saudi Arabia suspended pilgrimages by foreigners to Mecca and Medina the decision came as the Middle East counted more than two hundred and twenty coronavirus pieces five months before a main pilgrimage were millions visit the holy site adding billions to the Saudi Arabian economy of February maybe the middle of winter for most of us but it is crunch time for almond growers they need to get those trees pollinated which means hiring beekeepers who trucking hives from other states to get the job done unfortunately it is also high season for B. thieves and we have tied it to what we would consider organized crime back in two thousand seventeen with the arrest of a couple of Ukrainian guys that were out of Sacramento that I believe are responsible for the theft of about twenty seven hundred hives and this is still going on holy smokes organized crime twenty seven hundred hives these hives are big money they must be they are that the voice you just heard that's view county sheriff's deputy rowdy Freeman he is also known as the B. detective a part of the pet detective he's the B. detective great name all right he says we have gone from one hundred one hive thefts in California in two thousand fifteen which doesn't seem like a whole lot to over a thousand hives baths in twenty sixteen highs are needed for pollination on about one point two million acres on average about two hives per acre so California needs two point four million hives during the month of February for Ammon pollination throughout the state a lot of those tires have to come from out of state and they're trapped in the Californian so that there's not five and then a lot of them with a truck in men and maybe they're not finding that they don't have as many as they need some unscrupulous be dealers will then steal hives from local beekeepers and when you look at the explosion of the almond industry alone in northern California over the last ten years yeah valuable can you imagine the panic as an almond granola you got those you got a field and you got a crop to to get done yeah yeah yeah the deputy Freeman says you can sometimes tell like when they do the stop they can tell if the hides in the truck had been stolen or at least suspected as stolen if there's a lot of mismatched equipment so he urges local beekeepers to mark all of their equipment and if they can upgrade with technology if they can afford it people have started microchipping their hives much like you would see and patch you know like cats and dogs started putting up game cameras on trees around yards to hopefully get photos or videos of people we started putting GPS trackers inside of hives to hopefully be able to track down where the stone hives might have gone on there's a new technology out there called smartwater CSI so smart what has been used in the past for other things is like this invisible liquid that you put on something and then under a particular light you can see the markings and so do some beekeepers are using those to mark their hives the deputy Freeman has been so busy he is now going around and training other agricultural detectives there's a whole segment of the lodging industry yeah that's just agricultural so he's training them on B. heights how to tell if they're stolen and what to do about amazing what a big big business that it would become okay let's get on to the roads right now checking by the look on Thursday looking pretty normal things are moving well on eighty from Roseville cattle slowing around green back twelve minutes it'll get you to the cap city split this report provided by mercury insurance.
Avenatti found guilty of trying to extort Nike
"Michael I have an idea of the former attorney for porn star stormy Daniels has been found guilty of trying to extort sportswear giant Nike prosecutors said have an Audi threaten to use his media access to hurt Nike's reputation and stock price unless the company paid him up to twenty five million dollars of an ID used his fame as Daniel's attorney to dominate the spotlight as he excoriated president trump for allegedly having an affair with Daniels and then paying her to
New York: Disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti found guilty in Nike extortion trial
"Michael I mean not he's been convicted of it starting at Nike Michael I'm not a black guy his lawyer for stormy Daniels Evers like maybe ill take on trump I mean he's a lawyer and he's mean and he says a lot member that guy and then right cells or had a mine is like how would you defeat trump in the primaries like that would be a mean jerk and stuff was like excellent excellent well now Michael I'm not going to jail so I always thought that Michael I'm not his candidacy would end up with somebody being frog marched out in hand because he promised is gonna be trump turns out as Michael I'm not a according to the daily beast in battle lawyer Michael I'm not he was convicted extorting Nike one of the front of his client in a bid to repay millions from the shoemaker in Manhattan federal court on Tuesday it took jurors less than two days to deliver their guilty verdict against a California litigator who shot to fame for representing porn star stormy Daniels in a civil case against president trump and who among us who among us hasn't tried to extort Nike after representing a porn star everybody's connection mark the rapid fall from grace he still faces to other pending criminal cases in New York and California in which he is charged with stealing money from several of his clients including Daniels plenty sweat three hundred thousand dollars from her book advance which means that technically she was rude about trump end Michael have an Audi since the fall of two thousand eighteen I'm not a string of criminal cases and headline grabbing arrest and selling his reputation as a liberal hero with the chops to take on trump the jury found him not guilty on all three counts extortion and wire fraud and transmission interesting communications with the intent to extort during closing arguments on Tuesdays on Tuesday prosecutors played audio recordings mod Avenue he's conversations of the Nike lawyer reasonable you didn't make sense for like you to pay his client an exorbitant sum of money in light of his role in this assistant US attorney Matthew po does he said I'm not a wonder where his eleven million dollars in debt and he saw that is me any saw a meal ticket named Gerry Franklin personal how can rack up eleven million dollars in debt as just a personal injury
Michael Avenatti convicted of trying to extort Nike
"York Michael of an Audi who represented the a porn star stormy Daniels in lawsuits against president trump has been convicted of trying to extort Nike of course he's facing lawsuits both in New York and here in southern California once again the headline just coming out of New York City Michael of an Audi who represented the porn star that lawsuit against president trump convicted of trying to extort
"audi" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Terms of his pre trial release of an Audi taken into custody by IRS agents during the state bar hearing over whether to place him on an inactive attorney list of an Audi who represented the films adult film star stormy Daniels in a suit against the president is expected to go on trial in New York next week on extortion charges kids have returned to several schools in southern Los Angeles county after a bizarre incident now under investigation by the FAA a total of twenty school campuses got a good scrub down overnight after jet fuel rained down on them here in south Los Angeles county it was from a delta jet that had just taken off from LAX yesterday the jet had been fueled up for a flight to Shanghai had engine trouble the pilot was forced to dump the fuel in order to drop aircraft wait for an emergency return to LA acts of fuel came down over schools it's not a bad last Thursday for her not to go outside the hardest hit was Park Avenue school here in cut ahead it's been a twenty four hours of washing and cleaning sergeant broody presently school police has twenty kids eleven adults were treated here at the school but none hospitalized field I'm supposed to be done over unpopulated areas in cut Hey Craig figure can extend seventy newsradio local and federal representatives are set to meet in Burbank this evening to come up with solutions of the ongoing issue of air traffic noise a special task force claims airport and FAA officials made false statements that flight paths have not changed the point of video and written evidence FAA officials now say the departure pats have shifted but only slightly since implementing a new GPS system they say the increased noise over the valley neighborhoods maybe due to warming temperatures or some other factors woman has been fatally stabbed at a home in San Juan Capistrano or alleged killer is believed to be her husband he's been arrested the Orange County sheriff's department says several calls came in with Ortiz last night about a domestic disturbance at this home on cedar Grove court the woman was pronounced dead at the scene the suspect taken to a hospital for treatment of an unspecified medical issue will be booked on suspicion of murder a seven eleven took is in critical condition the hospital following an attack by thieves in Torrance the clerk was working early Saturday morning at the store on Sapulpa Boulevard when a man and woman walked in grab some beer ran out Torrance police sergeant Alexander Martinez tells KNX the clerk ran out after the June was attacked by the man third suspect that they believe came from the vehicle began assaulting the victim by punching kicking and possibly was hit with a bottle the three thieves and then took off police are working to identify them the clerks family says that he's in the I see you with ruptured lungs and broken ribs don't forget make sure K. annexes on your phone for news and traffic updates when you're not near your radio which simple all you have to do is download the radio dot com app and don't forget.
"audi" Discussed on CarCast
"Electric cars abound. I I've always wanted appear plug in. I have not really found that car yet. But I think that those those days are pon us. Yes, they are like like we said we've seen the most immediate thing is going to be. We have the Audi max patta the plug now there's too. Right. So there's the Audi e Tron GT concept, which is the vehicle it's like twenty twenty one ish vehicle, and the Tron is the little SUV for twenty nineteen like this is pretty much being tested and driven. Yeah. There's the sedan. But there you go. It's look. Yeah. It's sure looking car, and it's very kind of edgy and some sharp turns on it that looks pretty cool and. Yeah. It's going to be it's going to be fantastic. I want to say something like five hundred ninety horsepower. Probably in the two hundred mid two hundred range. They didn't really disclose it yet. But I thought to forty eight bad news, by the way in the terms of end of year legislation in the license plate department. Yeah. No dealer plates anymore. I've been driving plates for ten years those trick I leased an Audi for four fucking years and returned it with the cardboard plates on it. Yeah. And I know it works because when I was driving through Santa Monica, Santa Monica. They love hobos, but they hate taxpayers fucking literally declared a war on tax payers, but they fucking love junkies. And I was driving down Wilshire and some pussy on a cop by just. Came the other way, and and hold on a second feel with these heroes at some of them are heroes pussies fuck and tickets all day. It's like schoolteachers not all of them are fucking hero. Some of pedophile. Well, we praise you all know fucking most teachers sucked three you're good. Like, I've I had forty one. Teachers two of them were good. That's kind of the ratio. So cops have a ratio as well. This fucking guy. Drove pass me. So no front license plate on my outy. Yeah. Did the whiparound did the u-turn turn on the cop bike just whipped watch him in the rear view? Go pass me whip around. He whipped around. He saw my cardboard license plate, and he fucking went the other direction. Fuck you pussy to say to him. Now, the same folks California legislation legislators who are fighting tooth and nail against voter ID. They don't want you to provide an idea when you vote that's that's an attack. But they don't want you to drive a car off the lot that doesn't have a license plate on it. One way. Get some more votes. The other way gets them more money. So yeah, kinda see how their angling a little bit. Yeah. I don't care. I still have the fuck and plate on my car. Yeah. I'm gonna keep it on as long as possible. And I'll tell you what just for fun. Just because I have me money. I'm just gonna fuck put the dealer plate on it. And I'm when I get pulled over after the first I'll get a fix it ticket. I'll just pay it and put the fucking dealer plate back. How about that? When he got his car he got a stack those dealer plates. So when it got some blasted he just replace it with the with the new one. Yeah. Have Kevin Hench was doing a two and eventually they figure out that the dealer plate looks like on there for three years. We we need to somehow apply for the actual car dealer plate the the magnetic one that they slap on test drive cars, we apply for one of those. And then we just get one plate and just drive different drummer five ten up and down the street. The temporary metal dealer plate the magnet. Stick on the back. Kill you could drive around with that thing. Get Leno on the blower. We'll see how long it takes me to get pulled over now that they passed the new whatever, but I'm going. Piano tuner though. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. That's right. Fashionable tuner of the stars of this or to the stars. Right. Remember, which one I? I'll throw a see list in their everyone's as to keep it real. You gotta make money. Yeah. Like, let's say the guy played the principal and saved by the bell fucking throat. Tune on his Stein way, every once in a while to not all Leonardo to campus what I'm saying. Yeah grounded. All right, fine. Improv that's coming up January twenty
"audi" Discussed on CarCast
"You wanna valley your new Lincoln aviator? But you don't want to hand over your smartphone. That'd be ridiculous. Right. Yeah. Right. The part of that process. Now, we can generate a temporary code that. You would give over to the valet. He'd write it on the tag is. Now, you don't have a key fob to hand him and the valet can use that to enter your vehicle and drive it to its parking spot. And then retrieve it when when it's time to to leave the restaurant, and we do is we we call the like, the Corolla your phone, Texas. Who's it could we call this? The Corolla code because I feel like we are poster children. We have the wife who loses the backup key-fobs, but we have the husband who runs over the current key-fobs based on a bunch of false information. But still with the husband is the crusher and the woman who's to lose. And I feel like we should be posted Hedren for this new technology. I wanna know I have a bigger question about Lincoln, John that may be a little up in the ether. But maybe we'll see if we can figure it out. I Lincoln is a is a famed Mark and has a lot of history and pristine, and then went through some lean years not too long ago much in the way, something like Audi did Audi was auto union and a big deal and setting records and stuff like that. Then the eighties and early nineties came in the had some rough patches. And now they've gotten it together in a big way. Yeah, I feel like Lincoln. And I love the stories. I love it any store. I love the comeback story. I love I love it when it's an American brand, especially but what's going on that Lincoln has figured their shit out. Like, they went, you know, what we're not just going to quietly go off into the night with all these other brands, we're going to turn it around. We're going to offer superior product. And there's a whole mindset feels like just a stall like a change in. The entire Lincoln brand. Is there somebody with a thick German accent or something that we need to thank or what happened? How did Lincoln turn? It all around their big meeting was retreat where people fell backwards and other people's arms. So they learn to trust is a Twitter poll. What happened John? Yeah. So well, first of all, it's great that you recognize all the energy that that so many talented people at at Lincoln Motor Company, but putting into the effort, but there was kind of a shift in two thousand fourteen timeframe late two thousand thirteen about. How we were going to move forward for developing new products. What was our emphasis going to be? How are we going to kinda laser focus in on addressing the product and client services for Lincoln? And and part of that became this movement. We reference as quiet flights. When continental was introduced we talked about quiet luxury quite flight. It's sort of a step beyond in terms of focusing on these elements, four, simple, terms, human, beauty, gliding and sanctuary and what we focused on was how do we deliver on aspects in both the vehicle space and client services space for those elements. How do we how do we make their their daily journeys sort of more effortless? How do we recognize that time is precious to these premium customers given that money is not? Not really an object for them. But but time, and and enabling parts of their day to be simpler easier intuitive was really important. So that's why not just on the vehicle side that even this pick up and delivery process, which we expanded nationwide is so important, right? Getting a car service when it has to be.
"audi" Discussed on CarCast
"They should have been on Oscar host. I know game. We're flying. All right. We're gonna call John. You tell me if this is a fair statement. Yeah. I was talking to some folks might podcast about landrover. And I said. It's all about the interiors. It's all about interiors. Yeah. I'm sure Audi makes a better SUV than Land Rover does but the chick who buys that car gets into it. Looks around goes a love love combined car. They don't know about torque ratios or whatever, right. They don't and they don't care and everything works. Yeah. But I if you said to me, you're going to be trapped out in the desert somewhere, you're gonna whatever I'd probably take the Audi over the Land Rover. But that interior. That's it is everything. And I've I think Lincoln is caught onto that you're going to see that. It's pretty nice and funny because that being said the this week we talk with with Goldberg about how to buy it. Right. And he bought a like a two year used full size Range Rover. That's basically new for way, less money. Hey. John davis. Yeah. Hey, how are you guys engineer? Good to speak to you chief engineer for Lincoln. We love your product. Matt has commandeered a few Lincoln's and we've gone on a few road trips. And I'm and there's just nothing better than that new Lincoln interior. Also, the technology your name came up, John because my wife went out of town on business to see Bruce Springsteen on broad by and. She she calls that business, of course. Right. That ticket somehow. One of my guys dropped her off at the airport. Then took the key fob to retest LA X or hundred thousand dollars tesla. And then put it on the driver side front tire. Then when I called my wife and said where is the key fob? She said I told him to put it in the couple there. So I said, okay. Yeah. And then I got up at eight in the morning through the kids in the car took off to drive them to school when I came back one of my workers came in and said, hey, I found this key fob in your driveway. I searched a whole car for the key fob. Now, it was smashed you've rated over your ended over and I thought it doesn't feel like a lot of technology for hundred thousand dollars car. And then I told. Chris locks take his very used Prius and attempt to drive off with the key fob on the and said, it won't let me if I'll let you. Yes. Thank you on. But don't worry. Good news. We were able to find the leather sheath that the other key fob the backup. K fob was supposed to be. No, no, no, Kifah inner person New York at Bruce. Now, just just gone just gone. It's probably in fills belly assuming she assumes parking valley. You know, how that the dog ate it or the dog? I yelled at mad about that. And he said that doesn't happen with. I said I was just at the Lincoln. I'll a auto show, you know, press event, and there was a whole technology speech about the key. A pencil. I grabbed a pencil. I picked it up. And I just brought this broke it. I said, let's let's get somebody on the phone tells about some of the some of the new features of the this is the aviator. So we drove the navigator up to Monterey. It was fantastic. We loved it. And it's it's it's big it's fast. It's perfect road trip. Vehicle in willow springs. We drove continental nice. Yeah. We drove the continental the black, right? The black label black label. Yeah. Both of them were black label. But. Tell us a little bit about the aviator. And I guess go ahead and mention what's going on with the key. Let me get a Pence. Yeah. Yeah. So we as you guys mentioned, we we introduced the production version of our all new Lincoln aviator LA. I know you guys talked about it and your November twenty eighth podcast..
"audi" Discussed on CarCast
"Get it on got to get out of government. They give it on. Thanks for tuning into Castro car cast man crow at the motor mad. The Andrea there. John Davis is going to call and his chief engineer for Lincoln at Ford company. We're talking about the new Lincoln. Yeah. Aviator? Yeah. Lots of talk interested. I I really feel like Lincoln's knocking out out of the ballpark these days, and I'm not an American car guy. But I would definitely think about getting into Lincoln. We'll talk about a lot that's been going on and electric car news. I feel you tell me this is a fair statement. We're right at the precipice of like going into the electric car. Everybody doing it. Yeah. Now three years ago. It was like, hey, we got we got a Chevy volt and it's good for thirty seven miles on a charge. You know and BMW's good for seventeen miles. And then they got there. I three and that's good for sixty one miles. And it's like everyone's just kinda shaking their head. And then there's tesla and Tesla's one hundred grand, and here's what have promises and maybe deliver something else. And maybe that car was supposed to come in APRIL's not in yet June. You know, there's a lot of that. There's been a lot of improvements also says some kind of weird stuff like Cadillac has a plug in hybrid or whatever it was like how far is it go on the plug in twenty miles. And it's. So lots and lots of that. Right. And in the next year. Some amazing stuff. I mean, you know, leave it to Porsche outing when these guys start getting into the game. And they are we know we we've we've already driven the the I pace the Jaguar SUV Mercedes has that are a little SUV. That's coming out Audi next year has their e Tron again, another little SUV that's coming out. And then then the year after that as a twenty twenty model or maybe sometime in twenty twenty we've got the Porsche mission e sedan, which is now called the take can. And Audis version the Audi e Tron GT, which looks good is a sharp look in car at it's you know, it's the four door sedan version, you know, like the Porsche of an all electric vehicles, outing, the Porsche share share a platform, and and Porsche goes to Audi and says, you can share our stuff, but we have six hundred horsepower. And you can't so we'll do five ninety. And and you know, a couple of little bits here and there, but whereas the Porsche that we saw up in Monterey, and you did the walk around in a video of it. Very swoopy, very, you know. Very kind of organic looking and futuristic looking where the Audi goes, very angular in sharp, edges and has kind of like that that sharp Chris from front end of the new Audi r eight nor do you. What do you think of what do you think of this statement? And my kids are twelve when they were sixteen will definitely be driving a plug in electric car and that plug in electric car will be good for five hundred miles rain. I think five hundred is still pretty optimistic because years from now though. Yeah, I just don't know that the car companies are in such a rush to get to five hundred. I think three hundred is kind of more the yeah. What they're what they're trying to do is is more faster charging more available charts. So you're saying the air plane equivalent to it is everyone thinks the future was the Concorde. You could get to Paris from New York to Paris and under three hours. Yeah. That's not really. It's not where the industry's going the industry is more fuel efficient cheaper seats. Yeah. Bigger planes. That's kind of where. The whole industry was focused on the concord. We'd have a bunch of concords. But they're not. Yeah. That's not where the money. I just I just think there's more people saying, how do we just charge this thing faster? So he can get back in my car versus. How do I stay in my car longer this show, by the way brought to you by bed? Online dot AG can enter podcast one. Also, visit geiko dot com..
"audi" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"audi" Discussed on CarCast
"You know, it's it's, you know, starts like seventy thousand bucks. It's got a, you know, two hundred and forty mile range. It's it's going to be pretty zippy zero to sixteen four and a half seconds. But it's going to look like a Jag and it's gonna handle like a Jag and I I don't know how much of you seen it yet Bill, but all I can tell you what I'm looking at. Don't look like, no, jagged looks like a run of the mill. Electric car. Now, if you wanna talk about styling hands down, this ought he's got him both beat. You know if he asked me, so this is kind of cool and they're, they're starting to talk about like. They're kind of loose on on some of the details. We know that there's dual Motors, all wheel drive. That's going to be pretty much on par with with the Audi the jagged tesla. Let's say the tesla model x, seventy five or seventy five. I guess what it would be because they're all sort of compare right there. They're all two hundred and forty ish mile ranges. They're all. Sub five seconds zero to sixty times except for the Audi. It's five point five, but but it does look cool. They're all about. Well, the Audi and the tests are about eighty grand. The Jag started about seventy. So I guess we'll see how these things play out with options and things like that. But the Audi looks pretty good, and this is kind of where we're going right, like we have to these car companies have to do this. I'm not sure why SUV's the way to go. I'm guessing it's because. With our cars, we pay attention more to things like weight and and handling performance with the SUV's. It seems like a little extra ground clearance, some utility to move stuff around and a big floor to to add all those batteries and stuff too. I guess it seems a little bit more acceptable or maybe just makes more sense, maybe just makes sense. From a packaging standpoint, you can, you can. You can add quite a bit of a weight and stuff with batteries, but. These electric Motors are impressive. When we talked about before they're adding him into supercars and stuff to add to the performance. And now we're getting these all electric versions of cars. It'll be interesting to see how this Audi comes out. I don't know much about if this is a straight up platform is built on something like an Audi, q. five that much. I don't know. I think the record of quiet on some of those details, but. That's going to be the new playing field. The new Plainfield it's going to be this Audi versus tesla versus Jaguar, and we're, we. Adam Kroll is wife has the tesla, so we've definitely got that as a benchmark. We're going to have the, I pace Jaguar pretty soon. And then I think this he's probably year or so. What do you think Bill? Would you get a? Would you electric SUV. You know, I I'm gonna fight it until I until I can't fight it anymore. But there's no question. This is where the automotive world is going. I can't deny that. And yes, I would purchase one at some point, but no, I am not at that point yet by any means, you know, I mean, I, it's a very responsible way of looking towards the future and I get it as you drive in LA traffic, which you and I both do daily. Yeah, as of late. I mean, you're seeing a lot more of these crossovers, and it is definitely whether it's the way we're going or whether it's the way we're being pointed towards going. It's it's a fact, and you know, these are three very good models out there that have choices. I mean, you couple years ago or year ago, we only had one choice and. I'm curious to see what these other manufacturers that they're making them Tesla's. Tesla's business. What what the new crossovers coming out right now. I mean, it's tesla. Obviously. They told her the market there for a while, but I think design wise everyone is going to supersede but tesla puts out there. But like I said, it's it's, it's it's a logical progression..
"audi" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"audi" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"audi" Discussed on Q95
"I think it was the audi to the or to the bmw to the volkswagen or lexus toyota ford comet we had the mercury montego i didn't know i mercury cougar no no although i wreck the mercury cyclone first time alone from we'd never usually say why you got beaten justify james is all the story realized it was the first time she said we can't have anything degaulle to the television looks like this which is and then after a while i did it like six or seven i will wring your neck and then i took it away and it was like it it scrambles the pixels your nickname was jackie do that's exactly what from one check in another your and you deserve everything impression i do is now could we i who was the football player that blew the what did he blow a four point two alden smith formerly the niners in the raiders when he went to get his ankle monitor bully blew a point four one alcohol didn't know they could monitor your alcohol three or leg that's pretty pretty good time in the forty wouldn't it rumors jackson and they didn't i don't know they didn't have him actually timed what they thought he might have been point four one and ankle monitors can no it's four point one thank you i'm sorry ankle monitors can can detect when you've been drinking i had known as soon as the p runs down your leg good he's been drinking good to know right when she we have.
"audi" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
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"audi" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!
"The new everything that is a big relief let's hope there lethal least a thumb is there another wants to this is what this is like a weird amazed if this is somehow true this is incredible news okay like absolutely but our world will change good news audi is working on turning water into diesel fuel did you hear what a just settlement of this can audi is working on turning water into diesel fuel that is good news for scientists had a year yet for science bad news we're gonna end up paying for this watergate somehow someone's going to end up i saw that water there were diesel gate now it's watergate it's like water second water sara gilbert guys i think we've had we've got a remote guys were watching bowed federal they could still about every all the research do you think sober they can still vote for all the labs actually guys thank you so much for joining us thank you so much for sharing with us that's all i'm under the come i hope to see you guys soon right there and then uh until then to my lift i got petra to my right by dini somewhere up there it's ony all hydro and we do not ever approve these messages so you guys later and and.
"audi" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Crazy what a crazy story on the story so from what i'm of what i understand kim de kim deep paola proprietor of posh boutique in new jersey her son's friend stole or took or borrowed her audi and dan was parked allegedly of some crime where he and someone else burned to other people to death in kim's audi something like that not not a guy is fine but it was some type of some here and who took kim's audi and then burnt to battle get her on the show in time for now i i've never seen such a swing for a you know like if she misses this one if if if doublehomicide can't get john roswell new jersey that i don't know what will she has really been swinging and trying to get back on so hard and she just can't and you know melissa gorka have to give her credit like because on this deal watched jersey round of course he do a case so this season melissa it's like i'm having a fashion show the big tire him the always got on the show was having her posh fashion show and she ruined it had it wasn't the same weekend her while the other thing is now more sagrega had some dust up with envy with her with her lady who who she was doing envy with i just kinda love how real houses new jersey so much to revolve around these small boutiques there and this burning ahtisaari tags yellow teeth think about.