It was renewed. The network it was on got canceled.
I also saw a TV commercial for the 2019 Ranger. It looks like it’s about the size of an F-150
Seems to me that their entire business depends on developing autonomous vehicles.
The team is insane for scheduling any playoff games anywhere other than the Coliseum. If they get to the second round you’ll be able to hear the crowd from Montauk.
Hearing the Coliseum roar like that makes Gary Bettman and every other league water-carrier look like an absolute fool and liar for saying that the Coliseum isn’t a “league worthy” arena.
0-60 in 5.6 seconds? Not bad, that’s 0.1 second faster than a new F150 Supercrew 4x4 with a 2.7L V6.
You do know that once we have level 5 and autonomous recharging that’s probably going to become a truth and there’s going to be a lot of cars arriving at destination with long-dead occupants.
Cancelled my 3 pre-order and I was looking at the Polestar 2, but it looks like a discount Chevy Cruze. It’s so remarkably unappealing visually. Maybe I’ll get over it by 2020.
Because you can actually purchase this vehicle as opposed to waiting until “early 2020.” And you can get this in every state as opposed to just a few launch states for the Volvo. And the Tesla has a supercharger network. And it’s an American car (if that’s your sort of thing).
It’s a neat idea, but you could also buy a top-trim Grand Touring Mazda3 for $10,000 less. Assuming 3 bucks a gallon and taking the city MPG of 27, that gets you at least 90,000 miles without a penny spent on fuel/electricity.
Let’s do some math.
I LOVE the week long test drive. That’s brilliant.
I get overly-angry every time I see them including “gas savings” as lowering the price of the car. THAT’S NOT THIS WORKS! THAT’S NOT HOW ANY OF THIS WORKS!
I’m not sure it matters too much. They’ll likely sell very few, as most buyers will want the more expensive options like nicer interior and longer range. It’s like how you can technically buy an F-150 for $30k, but hardly anyone does (outside of fleets).
Considering the feature differences between the 3 trim levels is even more of a mystery. Either all the margin is built in to the base model, or they’re losing even more money on the nicer trim packages.
Cool, right after the end of the $7,500 Tesla tax credit. Still, in Colorado you’d get the $3,750 fed tax credit, $5,000 state tax credit, so the car would be $26,250. Not bad.
Well, it looks like he’s finally made good on that promise.
Anyone have a Tesla with the black interior? Does it get crazy hot on summer days?
I came here to post "At least two ppl actually met in Temecula"
Wait wait wait. Hold on. Temecula already has a thing. We can’t have TWO highly insular Temecula jokes running around here at the same time.