Canoo is your electric car membership: an innovative and hassle-free alternative to personal vehicle ownership. As we work towards our launch in 2021, we’re here to discuss the future of getting around cities, share a bit about how we look at things differently, and provide a sneak peek of what we’re up to behind closed doors.
As we seek to challenge the norms of automotive, we are emboldened by the success of the many artists and designers who go before us. In this episode, we chat with two legends in the industry and true disruptors, Rem D Koolhaas and Joey Ruiter. Co-hosted by Canoo's design chief Richard Kim.
Electrifying Past, Present and Future with Zero Labs’ Adam Roe
An in-depth interview with one of the most innovative minds in automotive today. Adam Roe, CEO and Founder of Zero Labs, opens up about what he loves most about electric cars, his secret to getting skilled at anything, and the psychology behind how cars make us feel. Zero Labs has nabbed headlines for it’s electrified versions of the old Ford Bronco and Land Rover IIIs, and Adam himself has found success along a totally unconventional path, preserving what is old by making it new and sustainable.
COVID-19 & The Tech Industry
The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed so many things about life in the US. With millions of jobs lost and billions drained from the global economy, every major industry has been affected—and tech is no exception. For today’s episode, we’ll chat with leaders from DoorDash, Khan Academy, and Canoo to explore some of the unique impacts of COVID-19 on the tech industry and how technology has contributed to reopening and the ‘new normal’.
The Economics Behind Climate Change
To many, taking environmental action seems like a no-brainer. But what happens when that same group is asked to pay for the changes we need to curb the effects of climate change? For this episode, we talk with climate advocate Dr. Graham Doig, economics professor and researcher Dr. Fynn Praeger, and automotive investment banker Paul Balciunas about the economics of climate solutions and their implications for the future of our planet.
Design evolution of the automobile
Why do cars look the way they do? How have they changed in the past 100 years, and how haven’t they? How will autonomy change the way we expect them to look and work? Is “champagne” really better than “beige”? For this episode of Get In Let’s Go, we chat with our designers for the answers to these and many other important questions on the design evolution of the automobile.
Why We Subscribe
In the next episode of “Get In, Let’s Go!”, we examine the growing popularity of subscription-based business models. With subscription services now available for everything from underwear to dinner, dog treats and beyond, we look closer at what works about these models, what doesn’t, and how they could be deployed for automotive. Starring Alex Marcinkowski (Corporate Strategist), Amanda Walker (Legal), and Bob Wolfley (In Charge of Social Media & Community).