Depends where you are in the world. Here in the UK there’s a mix, with the majority being self generating using “green tariff” electricity or on-site wind generators.
That’s what I understand, yes, but given that in Europe we don’t really buy new cars “off lot”, especially something unusual like a Mirai or Nexo, it’s not a big deal. What they will do is give you a loan car in the interim, should you need it. The same goes for existing owners. If they relied on that H2 station…
Norway has electricity from 100% renewable sources, so it absolutely does.
Right... I’m going to be “that guy” because I spoke to both Toyota and Hyundai about this earlier today. They haven’t stopped sales of Mirai and Nexo, they’re stopped *deliveries* because it’s not possible to refuel them due to all the stations in Norway being closed whilst they work out what happened.
It’s out of town, on a tight road with blind corners and no pavements/sidewalks. To walk implies that you’ve parked on the road. It’s a safety thing for visitors and for other road users.
I’ve been a few times and can confirm it’s ace. Hell, I even bumped into The Goy there!
No, sir. That was the inspiration for the Sacha Baron Cohen parody.
Arnold Clark, where normally only the aftersales is bull... 🤐
Worst manual gearboxes ever. Eeeeever. Ever ever ever. Ever.
That yellow exterior isn’t exclusive, but mercifully the very yellow LC500 I’ve just spent a week with was grey on the inside...
That somebody had sliced out half the airbag harness and the entire steering column harness in my JDM Isuzu VehiCROSS and pulled the airbag light bulb.
I’ve always felt that the “DNA” crap was a hangover from Aston’s “handcuffs and leather undies” period...
This was the first generation where the “Euro Escort” (sounds like a Brussels agency for classy hookers, but never mind) switched to FWD. prior to this, yes, they were RWD.
The Goy is right. How do I know?
That happens, then he goes back to “elbow on the door and hand on the auto shifter” almost immediately? What a cockwomble.
The FK2 CTR Estate (wagon) version was at the event too. I didn’t have time to drive either... :(
If you want a bit more of a flavour, then Roy’s only media appearance was on Motoring Podcast’s Rear View with my podcasting colleague, Andrew Clews.
Personally, I preferred the Rolls Phantom IV that in which Ms Markle arrived at the church.