It DOES hurt their brand though. That you can buy what many would argue is a more “authentic” Jeep, from a non-FCA company is kind of a disaster for them.
Yep, like.y a lot more reliable than the original twirly bangy bits. As I noted, I once owned a Spitfire and can attest to Triumph being the Mississippi of automotive durability.
The OG brick:
Yeah, I’d expect the American automakers to lobby against this somehow. Cheap, capable small trucks could kneecap the idea that we all need their super profitable $70,000 Silverados as “work trucks.”
This is short track racing. I bet he’d have done it for any driver, it just happened to be his son.
Came here to post this ^^^. Honda, are you listening? Bring back the Postie Bike (CT110)!
This is bad on so many levels. Anyone with half a brain know for a fact not a single Eagles player knelt during the anthem. Not. A. Single. One. Yet this organization uses a player (in this case, Zach Ertz) praying and transposed it to fit the narrative; which is ironic considering Fox’s targeted demographic are…
Agreed. Verified True and Correct.
why? that’s easy.
Right, they have been doing this swap since the 914 was new. 3x the power, similar weight distribution, what’s not to like?
Modern Toyotas seem to leapfrog their previous generations. Especially in interior trim. My parent bought a 2017 Fortuner last year, and the interior looks to be a pay-grade above that of the first gen that my friend drives. Same for their current Vios (my DD), which finally dumped the center instrument stack, and…
Ah, I know why!
I’m an airline pilot and I am also one of the few captains qualified to fly into the Hailey aka Ketchum aka Sun Valley airport. We routinely fly a lot of rich assholes up there. However because of the specific challenges of flying into a box canyon, the minimums for approaches can be quite high leading…
I’m here to represent the AMC 6. Am I too late?
They are designed to come off in an accident. Every panel that leaves the car takes energy with it.
If the whole point of the design of F1 cars is to make them as aerodynamic as possible, why isn’t the driver completely enclosed? Isn’t there a lot of air buffeting around their heads? Also, completely enclosing the driver cockpit in a hinged Lexan cover or whatever would make it easier to see out of, make the car…
Ah lighten up guys. It’s a joke, jeez.
Not a Towncar, bud.
Ooooh, sorry, we were looking for ‘Lincoln Continental’.
Blacked out lights.