It was so hard it even flipped at 2:15 and almost at 5:15.
I have a feeling that this will be a very popular car.
So apparently they are a thing now, cameras replace the mirrors and show the image on 7" touchscreens mounted on the door. You can still get regular mirrors and you probably won’t see this option in places where it’s not legal but they look cool although it’s yet another thing to break
Just a though, is VW the only car manufacturer that has developed campers from the factory with warranty? Also ironic how the California is sold in most places of the world except in California.
The front end reminds me of this:
This is the Qiantu K50 chinese electric supercar:
We all know what happened back in 2015 when VW was caught cheating with emissions and they had to stop selling new TDI Diesel cars in North America, well me living in a country that has less strict emissions and where the Dieselgate news didn’t really got big I thought it was just a matter of time until we got some of…
*(You might want to lower the volume before watching)
And no, it’s not the Odyssey...
Why did Kia’s designers think this is a good idea? It was bad enough on the Sportage, now the Forte has bumper mounted turn signals and tiny reverse lights, at least the Sportage is a tall vehicle but with this any scrape on the corners might mean a broken light and they are harder to see.
With all this truck talk for 2018, for my first oppo post I wanted to have a proper informative post, so here we go: