Matt Brown
superfastmatt
Matt Brown is an automotive engineer, writer, and builder of unconventional things. Mostly vehicles.
May 28
6

Musk will probably buy them. It isn’t the value of the stock that matters but control of the company. The whole compensation package is structured so that Musk can retain control of the company.

Mar 31
6

Elon is a salesman. The valley is full of them. Sometimes they hit a homerun sometimes they foul out.

Mar 31
12

Also this Virus is super-magnifying the disparate worlds between the Rich and the Not Rich. Biggest being how you can “buy” tests and absolutely afford to shelter yourself from anything, unlike the proles who are helping to keep the wealthy alive and well.

Mar 27
19

Im definitely not a telsa fan but there seems to be a hell of a lot of unnecessarily loaded language in this post like “whether or not building luxury cars could be constituted as essential” and trying to imply that vast numbers of their employees are living in RVs in Walmart parking lots - both of which were not in Read more

Mar 24
9

I was thinking something French at first. Their cars were always weird AF. 

Mar 15
3

This is so needed. So much so, that I had actually started writing an article about it.

My wife drives a Pacifica, and I drive a Suburban. What I wouldn’t give to have the look of the Suburban with the convenience of the sliding doors. This is especially true when my three boys (9, 6, 4 yrs) open or close the ‘Burbs Read more

Mar 14
117

I have a ‘17 Civic hatchback and a ‘17 NSX. They both use the same oil plug washers and coolant, so it makes maintenance a bit easier.

Mar 14
6

The cost of a replacement thermostat for mine foretold the future of BMW’s maintenance costs.  Great car, though.  

Mar 14
12

This things make a huge difference. Found this quote from a story associated with the Tesla crash mentioned in this story Read more