Podcast: Episode 38 – Take it to the maximum with Bob Lutz


I sit down with Bob Lutz…

Yes, that Bob Lutz. Mr. Lutz, Blake, and myself chat for about a half an hour about all things automotive. Topics range from the Chevrolet Volt to his favorite jet. This, my friends, is a good episode of the Hooniverse Podcast so I’m not going to say more… just click down there and listen already.

Hooniverse – Maximum Interview

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5 responses to “Podcast: Episode 38 – Take it to the maximum with Bob Lutz”

  1. dukeisduke Avatar

    Shouldn't the car be upside down?

    <img src="http://img.motorpasion.com/2010/10/bob_lutz_rollover_opel.jpg"&gt;

  2. I Think Not Avatar
    I Think Not

    I wrote a short story primer recently that involved the "road train" almost exactly as Mr. Lutz described it — the main difference is that in my little futureverse, ICEs were still the primary propulsion and there were various speed lanes for which your vehicle would be certified, topping out at 200mph.

    Heinlein fans might be able to pinpoint the source of my inspiration.

  3. LTDScott Avatar

    That was great! I agreed with pretty much everything he said.

  4. longrooffan Avatar

    Having never previously heard Mr. Lutz's voice, yeah I know, he sounded just as I thought a cigar smoking pilot would sound. Kinda like my Uncle Frank.

    Thanks Jeff and Blake for sharing this. And Thank You Mr. Lutz for your lifelong contributions to an industry I so enjoy.

  5. JayP2112 Avatar

    Lutz is one of the guys I'd love to have a beer or 10 with.

    What was the "off the record" comment?