I kind of agree here—this is a repeated problem with the roll out of driverless and driver-assistance tech. The way we have things going now may be insufficient.
the other issue in addition to this is what looks like an over-reliance on the system—it’s not just that he car itself wasn’t sufficient, it was that the person was putting more trust in it than it deserved, something we’re seeing time and time again with this tech.
seems interesting that the midengine corvette looks like it has a completely different TT V8 setup
pretty much my ideal car
wait dammit this is correct
how dare you
I was the one who called it at $69k
just to make this extra clear: this is not a bad thing
wow I had never given it much thought—probably the deep blue they offered them in. mmmmm. looks like space.
haha it has been so long dude
hmmmmmmm X1/9s are cool
what about the touring GT3 thing
probably not tbh
my very first day at Jalopnik back in 2011, I walk in to the old office on Elizabeth street, up the narrow and dark stairs, all the way back to where Jalopnik was sitting past all the other sites, and there was a whole row of desk booze by where Ray Wert was sitting. And for whatever reason, it was the booze that made…
what kind of healthy food do you like to make? I made my mom’s recipe for spinach the other night (sauté a ton of garlic in olive oil, put in a bunch of frozen chopped spinach, let it cook down for like four or five hours) and it was excellent with some rice and tomato sauce I had around.
I think of everything the Pike cars were probably my favorites as they didn’t ever copy a specific car so much as execute really well on capturing the feeling. I am also a fan of the last Pike car, the Chapeau, which never saw production:
1930 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750
this is the take I needed this evening