Embarrassing story time. I’m terrible with directions to a fault and am easily lost in my own town/city/tri-state if I ever venture outside a five mile radius of my home. I always have been, mostly because I don’t go out much, or very far.
No way is Carson in her 30s. She looks like a RHOOC castoff.
Whether it’s combat-ready or not, it’s definitely air-show ready, which is what really matters when you need to quickly sell a lot of these to our “allies”.
“Also our product is distinctly Cadillac and people will buy into that brand and that substance,” added the spokesperson.
The only thing I hear is the mic being blown out here and there. Otherwise, audio sounds perfect.
Haha! You confused the hell out of me, until I finished reading.
There are couple on the interwebs, one in Poland with full custom exhaust. Dude’s channel is called V-Told.
Consider my face rearranged
I know I'm probably in the minority here but I've never understood why loud cars are desirable.
As much as people hate on Lexus for not being sporty enough, they make good cars and fantastic engines.
CHP is fanning themselves in the corner with their ticket book.
$10k for 100hp is a bit rich for a centfigual supercharger kit. “10,000 miles of development testing”. Um, thats not a lot. I used to do that each month. I would find it quite annoying to have to rebuild my engine every month...
Lexus has really good V8s. Ever since I heard one in a Head2Head video with an RC-F I was like “wow, that sounds fantastic.”
Somebody is getting a New Tesla
So does this absurd, beautiful monster have any natural predators anymore? F150 Raptors maybe? Audi sportwagons with lift kits? That TRD Rav4 hillclimb EV that Toyota built that’s never going to go into any kind of production?
The Kia dealer I looked at today advertised their rates online using 84 month terms haha.
I’m not sure why it’s always doom and gloom when sales numbers are down. They were suppressed in the recession to the point that sales figures got way too high once people finally could get a new car after owning one 11 years through a recession. But then they locked everyone up in 72 month loans. Like honestly, who…
As a civil engineer who specializes in pavement engineering, I am skeptical about this. Not to say that we don’t have a lot of super-crappy roads in the US, but I do question the accuracy of the methodology used to create this map. Even using dedicated, downward-facing high-definition cameras and special lighting to…