First Gear: that might be the first intelligent thing I’ve heard out of Hackett since he took the helm at Ford.
So annoying, but I suppose I’ll just have to get used to it.
If that’s the case, that sucks. It makes a little more sense if using split screen, but I’d like the option to turn it off.
But will they finally ditch the mustache?
Ugh... why does it have to look like that?
What a shit design.
YES. This color needs to happen in more cars.
Why does the cleanliness of the recyclables matter so much? Don’t the metals and plastics ultimately just get melted down, and the paper/cardboard turned into a pulp before reprocessing?
the dashboard is composed of painted, frosted Plexiglass
Just stick to this basic shape
Truck buyers in the US are paying too much.
I have a 2006 Eddie Bauer. At 100k, it’s on its 2nd transmission and 3rd radiator, and averages 13.5 mpg on a good day.
Still not crazy about Ford’s C-shaped headlights (looks ok on F150 but weird as hell on the Super Dutys imo), but overall... damn that thing looks pretty freakin sweet. Would buy.
Saw the Gladiator earlier today at the auto show - this sweet black Rubicon
GM is banking on Cruise autonomous ride-hailing becoming the prevalent mode of transportation.
What are the obstacles to this being sold in the US?
They should build it like that from the factory, on the new RWD D6 platform.
1. Don’t make it look stupid. You could have the best technology in the world, but I’m never going to buy something that looks like an insect or doofus or dorky spaceship. Just make it look like a regular car.
Clear, with just a hint of Amber to let you know she’s there
I think the second gen Ridgeline looks fine for what it is, aside from the front end styling, which I don't like. I’d prefer something that looks a bit truckier; I don’t want a Honda Pilot Pickup.