For toting kids, it doesn’t get better than the minivan. Also, have you tried to fit a motorcycle in an SUV? Not happening. Minivans? Yep.
With just those mods?
It must be hard being the only man on earth who can hear the Sound of Silence.
Ah, OK. This wasn’t made clear. That makes more sense.
Well I think the implication is that earlier cars DID have the sensors enabled. Maybe there was a change in software or something that failed to enable those sensors and that software was installed on September of 2017.
My 21yo sister in law didn’t drive until she was 19. She didn’t own her own vehicle until 20. She didn’t move out until 21. She has the maturity and financial sense of a 15 year old.
honestly, my driving is almost 100% on 55mph roads with no stoplights, so i’m operating under ideal conditions
So an F-150 can keep up with it. I’m not sold, Fisker, I’m not sold.
“ it was fine.”
Yup. I drove an Impreza with the CVT last fall and it was fine. Smooth is good.
The 3.6 5 speed combo was great! Sure it wasn’t competitive for power or economy but it was the one you wanted if you were actually going to go outback with it. It was a torquey motor and the 5 speed worked really well with it.
The back seat is a sofa!
And you have to consider not only the amateur astronomer, but all of the telescopes all over the world.
Don’t hold me to this, but the HG issue was endemic to the non-turbos, was it not?
Don’t get me wrong, I will always be a fan of the Ford GT, but for the average enthusiast who isn’t filthy rich, the C8 Corvette just seems to be the better option in every way. At this point the one thing about the GT that I prefer over the Corvette is the styling, but even then the Corvette looks just fine and I…
I still want a Fiero bodykitt for the new Corvette to become a thing. And then a crappy Ferrari bodykitt for the Corvette’s Fiero bodykitt.
My Porsche allegiance is becoming difficult to justify. The (likely) $30,000 base price differential means I can purchase a Corvette, with enough money leftover for a low mileage, two year old Toyota Tundra double cab.
Handling and suspension tuning have nothing to do with what’s powering a car. Dynamics, packaging, design, luxury features - plenty of ways to make a car different even if the motor is the same.