Wow dude your colorful language shows you have absolutely no ground to stand upon for this argument but vitriol. I guess that’s the playbook for debating these days: got no facts, might as well just scream and at least half the country will believe you.
Yeah those little EV’s are a ton of fun around town. (I had an eGolf and drove a 500e a few times.) To me, it’s the low-end torque and silent drivetrain letting you “effortlessly” zoom off at every intersection. Read more
Most Bolt’s are sold under $35K. Lots of them were going for under $25K pre-pandemic in California.
1. This thing looks like it’ll be longer than an Escalade ESV: the interior is a going to be a shitty place to spend time if it’s not at least as big as a Q7 / XC90 (i.e. “2.5 row SUV”) type vehicle, and they’ve got almost an entire cabin’s length of space drawn in behind the actual cabin. Read more
Generously, this is an “art project”. It’s *not* a flying car, it does not show the future of any vehicle from Renault, and it’s no more airworthy than a cardboard box strapped onto a DJI photography drone. I wonder why companies build things like this: I guess it’s just an advertising campaign to them. Read more
I’d disagree with that. Tesla has some decent cameras and compute recording and ‘perceiving’ *tons* of miles. If they record data around when their ADAS system fails, and then upload the result back to Tesla, it’ll be a great way to collect data that will eventually improve their system. Read more
Is this *really* the look that Subaru is going for (and with the new WRX too...)??
Suicide doors and rotating seats means it’s an early prototype that will not be in manufacturing until 3+ years from now.
I’m not claiming there was a dress code for passengers, just illustrating how the times have changed. It’s both a reflection of who primarily was flying and the culture of the time, too.
Many modern trucks are built with ADAS features, but these truck are also expected to have a very long life vs. a passenger vehicle. A 10-year-old car probably won’t have this safety tech, and will likely be replaced soon by a car with ADAS camera/radar. A 10-year-old truck will still be maintained and driving today.
Maybe the semi would have folded in half, but the passenger compartment of the Buick would have also collapsed. The Buick passenger would have been simultaneously impaled on the steering column while being sliced in half by folding sheet metal.
I don’t know, Greyhound stations may be in some sketchy areas, but I haven’t read about a passenger punching a Greyhound employee this year. I’d say that you probably get the trashiest acting people on flights.
You lean out of that window and *you’ll* be in the engine within a few milliseconds.
Yeah I’ve definitely heard of plenty of financial advisors who are nothing more than salespeople working on commission. They are told to go sell XYZ product, and given talking points by their companies no different than a car salesman. Read more