sports cars actually sell a lot of base models relative to other cars, especially when there are no higher powered variants available. start looking at Miatas, FR-S’s (arguably the base version of the BRZ limited when they came out), ecoboost mustangs, WRXs, and even previous generation Corvettes. there are still a… Read more
Your takes are always reasonable and enjoyed. The hot take machine of blogs can be so nauseating.
Don’t let things like nuance or financial realities or math cloud your judgement here. BILLIONAIRES BAD! (See also: Millionaires, any amount of generational wealth, households who earn more than $30-250,000 a year depending on who you talk to, all equally bad and evil)
You absolutely should pick on Mike for this. Just because it’s common doesn’t mean that it’s right. He picked the title, he knew exactly what he was doing and excusing it only encourages more of the same.
Stop resisting the narrative!
That makes more sense... except now that seems high. That’s 20 pounds of microplastics produced per tire. That number is basically saying that the whole tire becomes microplastic.
Yeah, he kind of missed that whole quantity of shares thingy that might possibly be a small factor in the value of a company. But hey, that’s not really important to the narrative, right? God forbid he looks at P.E. ratios cause they’re obviously meaningless too.
Gm gets shit on more than just about any other company I can think of. As the owner of a 9 year old Volt its amazing that nobody else other than Honda has anything close to it. Whereas it felt like it was YEARS of us listening to Tesla talk about cars they planned to launch, seemingly always years away, once the Model… Read more
GM should advertise that they were actually the first automaker to put a car in space... maybe that will get investors hard.
I’m about 2 decades younger than the last boomer’s birth but fuck, that is one dumb comment.
Hey Boomers know and want to fix shit. Millennials only know how to contact someone on Instagram to come do it and then they write a whiny blog and tweet about it.
No, because he’s been fairly open about the problems it’s faced (and still faces). Manufacturing cars is expensive and hard. Tesla was close to going under at several points before the Model S came out, and Tesla still delays a ton with a lot less information than this guy has given at every turn. Read more