Gotta differ with you on Picassenstein...
I was thinking more Salvador Dali, they did just exhume him.
I’d like to see this be the start of Infiniti making a whole fake history for itself- they could do their take on a 30s Art Deco limousine, a 40s fastback, 50s tailfins, a 60s personal luxury coupe, and a 70s barge. If they come out as well as this, the results could be quite beautiful. Maybe do a whole fake heritage…
Carlos you took the IDx from us...please, just once...
I thought AI nukes us once Skynet goes online, so its really not one or the other its one then the other.
Desert racing is awesome.
Baja racing is a nuanced spur of motorsports that combines adventure travel, extreme endurance, and hundreds of miles of high-stakes problem-solving down Mexico’s western peninsula. Here’s a look at what the Baja 500 really looks like from a small family team’s perspective.
I have had body hair issues with my ‘86 Testarossa. Regular shaving solves the problem, but does leave its skin a little dry...
Mini did it first
Normally for road cars, you’d use HCCI for partial load running, and use the less efficient spark-ignited combustion for rarely used full load, as the cylinder pressures get very high with HCCI. This enables you to use the advantages of HCCI where it matters, without needing to build heavy Diesel-like heads and…
So, diesels need two classes of emissions control equipment - particulate filtration, and some method of reducing nitrogen oxides.
The Tesla interiors (all of them) are inexpensive monuments to “low cost masquerading as good design.” If you like it, fine, but don’t mistake it for anything other than low-cost-first.
I’ll take “unnecessary design decisions that lead to a crick in my neck” for 500, Alex.
Maybe. But I think there’s a lot of viable options in between, as well. Mazda’s own rotary engines were similarly unique, but neither made nor broke the company.
Holy balls, this could be a revolution or a giant mistake.
Mazda continues to impress me with how innovative a small auto company can be. Now if they would start offering high performance engines again, I would be a buyer.
The UAW have themselves to blame. They have created a “Us vs Them” mentality between auto works and manufacturers over the years. The “I’ll take this company down if they don’t give me what I want” mentality is so ingrained in the UAW membership, why on Earth would any auto manufacturer want them? Why did the lose…