Justin T. Westbrook
justintylerwestbrook
Staff Writer, Jalopnik
10/17/19
10:29 AM
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The deposit was also changed from a refundable $2,500 to a ‘non-refundable order fee’ of $100. The wait time was also updated from 2-3 weeks to a more realistic 6-10 weeks.  Tesla has no intention of delivering cars to the US until closer to December.

9/28/19
8:07 PM
19

Thank God. My 981S were aligned properly - Sans for one wheel that recently got it tire replaced. No wonder why the ENTIRE car has felt off lately.

9/28/19
3:26 PM
610

Just ran into my garage to fix this and to my bewilderment realized that I don't own a porsche.

9/28/19
3:25 PM
120

So lemme get this straight, they’re so detail oriented that they align Center caps a specific way (which I’m actually ok with because veee musht hav ORDAH!) but not so much that they won’t call a car with neither forced induction NOR and internal combustion engine, a “Turbo?” GTFOH

9/26/19
9:52 AM
22

Even though I can´t wait to see the new generation of STIs engines I am happy that such a mechanical car is still on sale today. With these cars you feel it´s you and the machine, no BS. For some this means, unrefined, lack of this and that, old, turbo lag, etc. I am affraid the next gen is gonna loose this charm and b Read more

9/19/19
11:37 AM
101

Maybe I’m naive, but I believe in the profitability of Rivian over Tesla based on CEO social media presence alone.

9/12/19
9:54 AM
83

Yet another example when shutting the fuck up and staying off Twitter would’ve been waaaaay more beneficial.

9/5/19
4:45 PM
117

“Excuse me ur corn iz gone bad.”

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8/27/19
7:45 PM
27

You have to admire Chrysler for going all-out on the Prowler’s styling—practicality be damned. Too bad the narrow front end kept a V8 from going under the hood, but hey, at least Chrysler greenlit such a cool looking, if underpowered, car.

8/27/19
7:11 PM
43

I mean, I do respect Plymouth for building something that looks like that. Even if the car’s performance didn’t live up to its looks, it’s not every day that a mass market American car manufacturer takes a chance on a wild, whimsical, totally impractical concept.