I listened to the video for a few seconds on my laptop, then moved on to my desktop tower which is hooked to a hi-fi system.
A couple of weeks ago I saw a Fiat Uno Fire for around 750 USD, almost bought it.
I’d doubt that they cancel mass, I would be inclined to believe in antimatter powered flying wings that superheat the underside of their wings to produce lift and have inertia suppression capabilities to execute high g maneuvers and acceleration, but mass cancellation is something I’m not buying.
And there could be a TKFESRB-72B/
They need a really good halo car, something like the R8, but on a Hyundai level.
A mass departure of people from Lamborghini to Hyundai.
Looks quite Cessna-ish to me.
Blue is for Kerosene
Damn I like the look of that car.
A reliable engine, said Infinity introducing a brand-new, ultra complex variable compression engine.
I think it’s a brand thing. My mom had a 2006 Renault Scenic that adjusted the wiper speed based on of quickly the car went. Now she has a 2013 Suzuki Swift that doesn’t have that, even though it has all the extras you can add.
I want to lift a 2017 Subaru Impreza hatch and install underbody protection so I can have a Crosstrek (XV) of sorts for less money. And also I would love to lift a AWD Mazda 6 Speedwagon to make a Subaru Outback that is not made by Subaru.
It seems to me that Hyundai doesn’t really know what to do with their lineup.
I use a mix of my phone’s native camera app, Google Camera, Camera FV5 and Camera 360.
Wit, so this means I could, in theory, get a car that has a badge on the back that says GT TWO times?!?!
The Amarok is a very capable truck. It’s tough and can handle very rough terrain but also drives softly and quietly on rural roads or highway speeds.
Than would also be a nice option for motorcyclists and bicycles.
My grandfather worked for Chrysler from 1970-something to 1985 and he has told me stories of how he personally supervised the process of dismantling german, japanese and even other american cars for comparison or reverse engineering.
Stay away from that thing. It’s based on the Nissan Versa (the lamest sedan since the Samsung SM3 automatic) and is built in Brazil, that’s a recipe for disaster in all possible aspects.