Yeah, for a long time I’ve been convinced that if we were purely rational beings we’d all be driving electric vans by now.
This is actually pretty clever packaging for the business side, because it means they can build it alongside the regular MB van in the same European plant, so no heavy manufacturing lift for a “new” model. Plus it adds a new EV to the range. Plus it’s actually fairly practical. Now if they built this all-new from the…
Yes but when Jag did the XJ220, they had never done anything like it before. I’d say this is Aston Martin’s XJ220 moment, hopefully more successful. They do have modern endurance racing history and the Vulcan to faintly point to for both purpose and design.
well, some editor changed it
Yeah gonna change that line. I think I misread a quote from the Reuters article. It’s just that automakers don’t want to have multiple sets of regulations, potentially conflicting, to have to navigate in development of their models.
I’m 25. That’s around the age of most of our staff writers. Go ride your horse to the tonic bar, Santa.
This was taken during Radwood.
At the moment, I don’t know if any of the lights are permanently on. Could go a long way in serving a similar function. (Also may be a nuisance at night if so).
Sometimes we are actively trying to hide the car.
As I said in the body, I’m working with the assets Aston released and have asked for more. I wasn’t in the “studio” when they took these, if they’re even actual photographs. Thanks for writing.
Musk has already said the Roadster isn’t a priority at all, and the truck is the next big project after Model Y. I think Model 3 sustainability and Model Y production growth are going to occupy most of their resources for a significant amount of time going forward, regardless.
Yeah the glasses glitched this morning.
I think if you press the “Auto” button it basically syncs up, but I will have to check.
The seats are heated. Would be nice if they were cooled too, for $58k.
I can turn my Myspace blue and know every cheat code in the Sims 2.
It was a joke. If I didn’t care about print I would have selectively quoted everything juicy that Chris got in his interview.
You are very funny. Love this. Never gets old. Like me.
Print is dying I’m good
They did a prototype media drive back in December. Probably buried in everybody’s initial 3 Series takes if you want to go looking.