Drivers start your electric engines: Two tech titans plug in for new podcast


Trevor Long and Stephen Fenech launch ‘Two Blokes Talking Electric Cars’

Tech commentators Stephen Fenech and Trevor Long, have launched an EV podcast Two Blokes Talking Electric Cars.

The podcast is in addition to their existing podcast portfolio which includes Two Blokes Talking Tech.

That series was launched after the two tech reporters were brought together by Mediaweek for a podcast over 13 years ago. That podcast has become a staple in the tech world and boasts over 600 episodes.

The new show has attracted commercial partnerships with NRMA Insurance and Uniden Dashcams. The series explores the world of electrical vehicles (EVs).

Both Long and Fenech are passionate EV owners and advocates.

Fenech has been an EV owner for more than five years and said he sees this show as an opportunity to use his experience and knowledge to educate and inform those looking to buy their first EV.

“We want everyone, from EV enthusiasts to curious newcomers, to feel welcome on our podcast,” said Fenech. “Our goal is to demystify the world of electric cars and empower listeners to make informed decisions about their next vehicle.”

Long comes to the show with much experience with EVs, having driven almost every model released in Australia over the past decade.

He has also made EV road trips including one memorable journey from Brisbane to Adelaide with former colleague Chris Bowen.

“The electric car revolution is here, and it’s moving faster than ever,” said Long. “Two Blokes Talking Electric Cars will provide listeners with honest, informative, and entertaining insights into this dynamic space.”

What’s in each episode of Two Blokes Talking Electric Cars?

• Beyond the technical specs and EV reviews, the podcast delves into broader EV-related topics, including:
• The latest industry trends and developments
• Charging infrastructure and potential roadblocks
• Sustainability and environmental impact
• EV ownership experiences and tips for potential buyers
• A look at the new EVs as they come to market

Why marketers invested in Two Blokes

NRMA Insurance chief customer and marketing officer Michelle Klein said: “We are excited to partner with Stephen and Trevor to help our customers understand what it’s like to drive and own an electric vehicle.

“There is a huge amount of interest in electric vehicles and as new options come to the market, we are keen to help people transition to the best electric vehicle for them. This podcast will bust myths on EV driving and bring to life the real benefits and difficulties faced by Australians who want to make that change.”

Stephen Fenech and Trevor Long

Brad Hales, national marketing communications manager Uniden Australia, said: “The EV industry is important and Uniden is pleased to partner with this new podcast which will drive more demand and education to the market.

“Stephen and Trevor are leading tech journalists in Australia and will bridge the gap and help people understand what EV vehicle is right for them. We are hoping this podcast will help people understand what they need when purchasing a vehicle including car accessories like a dash cam.”

Two Blokes Talking Electric Cars is available on all major podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Spotify (including Video), Amazon Music, Pocketcasts and YouTube.

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