Industry experts at major suppliers who I’ve interviewed personally believe electric vehicles will be a two-decade stopgap for Hydrogen, which is more ideal for fleet services, and that’s the direction many companies seem to be headed with the promise of theoretical autonomous technology. Read more
Too many little issues. If it was only one or two of the many "not quite what I want"s, then maybe, but at that mileage and price I would at least like an airbag in my steering wheel. Realistically I would expect it to be close to stock at that price and mileage, not a bunch of weird crap and unfixed damage.
“But that ~8 year lead is now being destroyed by the majors”
Yeah, it’s funny that compared to the other companies in this article (other than Tesla), it’s actually better since it at least makes some revenue and does at least have a product.
If that’s your beef, then consider Jalopnik a deli!
1st Gear: Well, ya, they qualify for the PPP loans. That’s what the whole program was supposed to be for. I’m sure employees from other businesses that we don’t consider “mom and pop” got them too, like the machine shop down the street with 100,000 sq/ft building and 100 employees. Don’t hate, hate is sooooo 1800's.
1st Gear: I can’t decide if this is supposed to be a bad thing? I mean, we all like to shit on the “stealerships”, but when you realize that most of them have very few employees, many working on comission, sitting on millions in inventory they can’t sell and razor-thin margins - I feel like that’s exactly what these… Read more
If loud pipes save lives this is the safest thing on the road
Another garbage clickbait headline. How are they pissing off “everyone possible?” Sure the factory workers who had hoped to be rehired might be disappointed, but that’s not “everyone possible.” I’m not pissed. You’re not pissed. Mrs Wilson from number 43 is not pissed. As the last paragraph clearly states, this is SOP. Read more