No, they look fine in pictures. It’s quality and reliability or the lack thereof that I’m worried about with GM as a whole. My wife and I have both been burned by GM products.
They also don’t noticed a key thing in the article. The Viper was outbraked by the Cobra significantly. The Viper’s win was in acceleration.
Came here to post this, but Red Pirate Roberts had already done it— and better than I would have done.
This right here. The 0-100-0 stat is part of Shelby history. To not understand that when talking about the new GT500 and why Ford used it is to show a lack of that history.
There is history in this: The original 427 Cobra was legendary for many years its 0-100-0 feat, so much so that Motor Trend years later pitted the Viper against it. Remember, back in the 1960s, most cars had terrible brakes and a lot of weight to handle. The Cobra legend arose because it was essentially a race car for…
0-100-0 is a better metric to use than 0-60 or even 1/4 mile. It is 2 (TWO) metrics in one!
Oh yeah, I got that, just find it funny that anything making 430 HP can be considered “only” when not that long ago 430 HP was unheard of an any pickup.
I like how 430HP is considered “only” now. I still remember when any truck that had HP in the 300's was hot stuff.
Uhh, this is a track car. Take it to the track against any EV and see who makes it past a few laps before going into limp mode. Also, I don’t think any model 3 could beat this GT500 in anything, maybe like 0-30 or 60 but that is only due to AWD.
While I’m not in the market for a car like this, the only reason that younger people don’t buy these is because of outdated bias, back when Corvettes were really and truly mullet-mobiles.
The 1st thing you need to understand is the 7.3 was designed from the ground up to achieve the best possible fuel economy and emissions while towing Super Duty style loads for people who don’t want to make the jump to diesel. The Tremor package is just a shiny, fancy way to showcase the new engine and allow Ford to…
Well they should!!! LOL... yeah I misread that initially.
Can’t wait to see what comes from discovery, Google needs like a hundred kicks in the nuts so I’m hoping they pay out the ass here and that a number of people are humiliated through what is found in this case.
Also, most of those Boomers probably aren’t just sticking around for funsies.
“Your generation refused to leave the workforce,”
The only time I recline my seat is if there is no one behind me . Period.
This is the correct take. I’m 6'1 and have never even come close to having my knees bashed. There are taller folks than me, but we’re talking <10% of the population.
I suspect this a regional assumption. In my neck of the woods, trucks are go-to long haul vehicles (often because the destination is not paved).
I don’t understand where you came up with the notion that trucks are only used for short trips.
Trucks are mostly used for short trips?