GasMan
gasman
1/23/20
3:25 PM
5

One the most eloquent ways to say “people suck” I’ve ever seen.

1/23/20
2:37 PM
74

People ruin everything. Something new pops up, is really awesome, gains traction with the casuals, still really fun, then eventually gets overwhelmed by the general population and jackasses start showing up and acting out. Goes for bars, music festivals, car shows, racing series, pickup sports, you name it.

1/23/20
1:43 PM
94

Toronto used to have a pop up late night event called Ertefa. Street racing, burnouts, shit like that always used to happen at the events. They kept going to different locations but the cops just ended up following them around and shutting it down. Not sure what they are doing now, as I got out of that scene due to Read more

1/23/20
1:25 PM
11

No, ban them, they are as common as dirt anymore.

1/23/20
10:55 AM
7

1st: Tesla is shaking up that entire premium sector by basically following a Bob Lutz mantra. Just make good vehicles that people will enjoy and you’ll be successful. Build a car based on what customers ask for and you end up with the million CUVs and SUVs that don’t excite anyone. Read more

1/23/20
10:51 AM
23

So in just 10 years, an upstart company whose cheapest car costs as much as a new BMW is already operating at 24% the capacity of the 4th largest car manufacturer?

1/22/20
4:29 PM
4

Only 4 seats seems like a mistake.  This should have at least a couple of jump seats to bump it up to 6 people.

1/22/20
1:26 PM
3

From my understanding there is still a distributor involved in that loop. One of the local breweries here has a tour and they say that the beer they sell on site leaves their facility after it’s brewed and bottled, goes to a distributor, and then comes back. Yes it’s stupid, but apparently this is what needs to be Read more

1/22/20
11:56 AM
114

Funny how the list of States above is largely home of the free market ‘have you read the Constitution’ Freedom Caucus blowhards.

1/22/20
11:35 AM
91

More than anything they are doing, I respect Tesla most for this. The dealership model totally blows, everyone knows it. Let the past die, kill it if you have to.

1/21/20
5:45 PM
3

I think it’s more than pure power numbers, but the feel of power delivery. Have to dig a bit, but there is chatter in about how the engine feels not so great from a power delivery perspective, with some commenting of power delivery in the RPM range, perhaps due to how it manages air/fuel and spark between modes? Read more

1/21/20
5:39 PM
27

Geez, The car everyone wanted in highschool had 91 hp and Mazda is scared with almost twice that.