Uh oh, another #TaycanTruther
Not to mention that Porsche owners expect that they can driver their 200k car into track, abuse it without any ill effects and then drive home. Any problems with that would be much worse than possible range limitations due smaller portition of usable battery or size of rear seat. Read more
like dropping the tail to hide the spoiler and actively make it handle worse?
Controls in the 3 are actually simpler than controls in the S.
I’ve thought that the allure of NASCAR, to drivers from other series, must be something like what an expert horseman who rides the finest Arabians feels looking at a gigantic Clydesdale and thinking “Can it gallop? Can it jump? I must find out.”
Neutral: I have experienced “unintentional acceleration.” It was in the late 1990s after I’d only been driving for a year or two. I hit Resume on the cruise control in my 1989 Bonneville within a couple mph of the set point, at which point it floored the gas and just kept accelerating well past the set point. When I… Read more
Diesel shines in the fuel economy realm compared to hybrids when you are doing lots of steady state highway cruising. Hybridization really shines in stop and go settings, but adds little on the freeway. So I can see buying diesel over a hybrid equivalent if you mostly do long freeway drives. That said, I can’t imagine… Read more
lol 3900lbs! Chevy Camaros weigh about the same and have approximately 1/4 the interior space, outward visibility, and charm.