Is that a fact? I have a hard time believeing the frunk is not required to have the same safety latch, which requries manual input from the outside of the car, as the regular engine cover has. Simply to prevent opening it while driving.
Absolutely this. As someone who did I-80 (Iowa to Oregon) in February of 2018, I passed through no fewer than 3 serious snow storms in two days time. Luckily, I was in a modern car with decent tires. The more northern routes would have been...not good.
Still find the whole narrative around Tiger a weird indication of how whack and puritan our society is becoming. That whole documentary was like, ‘Tiger, the sad tragic story, his great demise.’ I mean – he’s only the greatest golfer possibly in the history of the sport, an unbelievable success story (and in the face… Read more
Here’s the thing. Big tires? roof racks? slight lift? These are the things that are easily and cheaply solved in the aftermarket. You know what these models NEED and can’t be provided by the aftermarket? Transmissions that don’t pull power, overheat and die after 50,000 miles when used off-road.
Will it cost 150k because it is a “man’s truck”?
Ah, the memories. I legit plagiarized that entire bucky ball article for a science class midterm. Got an A on it. Thank you Popular Science!