Came hoping for trafficator
This story about a Fisker made me want a Citroen.
Even better execution than the 2CV....
The problem for me is price, even with 84 mo financing :). I like manuals but at some point the like takes a back seat to the wallet.
Hype >> facts.
Go easy on the coffee today, chum.
The U. S. military needs to be dialed back to a defensive force only. There is absolutely no reason to have a military that’s bigger than the next 11 largest militaries combined. No justification whatsoever. We are not the fucking world police and no one is coming to get us. This idea that if you’re not pro-military,…
We’re swaggering bullies, high on our own sense of self importance, and have never learned how to cope with people saying no.
I don't think you understand America very well.
We should dial back our military, drastically. Get back to the mid 90s level, if not a pre-Pearl, style of military. Enough to defend the homeland but not enough to start wars of choice across three quarters of the globe in order to destabilize the remaining quarter.
For 7500 I would put this into the worth a look and good winter car. Add a manual and you get the fun as well. The seat is not a huge deal, recover or replace. Now to convince my wife that I “need” another car.
Boy would that be quite the engineering challenge, because each pack must last at least 6 hours to 7 hours while consistently outputting speeds of about 220mph and propel the car to over 180mph in 2 seconds on exit at, say, out of Arnage or past the Dunlop chicane.
Oh, it wasn’t a logical question in the least bit :)
Given the insane age of the universe as a whole, I think it’s incredibly arrogant for any human to think both A) that we are alone in the universe, and B) that species haven’t evolved on other worlds millions of years before we did, thus giving them the time necessary to reach these levels of technology. Humans are…
Didn't work. Still remember the last 20 years of Will Smith's career.
This is what I want to read here. Real world reliability of these things. I like BMW’s but I like them with warranties. A complex BMW (which twin turbo’s is) without a warranty is a problem.
This guy maths.
And then they need a new model that acts as the opposite of the Gran Coupe theory - a coupe version of an odd-numbered-series car, but not the same as the even-numbered coupe version which is basically that vehicle already.
Loss of a legend.