The last few days I have read many articles and posts about wonderful new car companies that are presenting their product to the world, like FF and Lucid Motors. FF, I just read, secured 64 thousand deposits, while pricing is still unclear.
So no one has anything to say about the Chrysler Portal, the “next generation family transportation designed by millennials for millennials”??
I’ll just leave these here. Yes, a friend’s and mine.
Somehow this is very satisfying.
Fellow vehicle enthousiasts, I will attend the “Salon de l’Auto” next friday, the 22th of january. I’ll be there later afternoon until early evening. In my experience, this is the best time to go there, as it is less crowded until about 6pm. Obviously, I will take pictures, but as pictures of the newest of vehicles…
What happened here, I cannot know. But someone is doing spring cleaning a little early:
After reading this post about Klassikstadt a few weeks ago, and realising I was going through Frankfurt on my holiday - in my shiny new Cactus - I decided to at least go and check Klassikstadt out. I did not have much time, but I was there. Here are a few pictures for you to enjoy.
Okay everyone, here is a little more Cactus info/review from a “professional”, just not a professional in the auto industry.
I promised to let you in on Cactus experience, so here’s a little bit.
Yesterday I received word that I will be taking possession of my shiny new Citroën C4 Cactus this friday. And on saturday, I am going on vacation to Germany. Get ready for pics and stories, and prep you questions. I’ll try and answer every one of them.
Over the last two days I have spent an insane amount of time watching episodes of Wheeler Dealers (S12), Leepu and Lost in Transmission that I downloaded. Is this normal? Will I need treatment, and if so, will it even help?
Now that the delivery date of my recently ordered Citroën C4 Cactus is getting really close, something else has happened to me. I am transforming. What happened?
This has been cooking in my head for a while now. I have always believed that my theory about owning and driving a car was the best one, for me. And obviously, it is. Well, it was. Because I changed. I knew I had to. It was time to change things and let go of the past.
When I saw the Cactus for the first time in Brussels, at the Autosalon, I immediately loved it. And as it came out I kept looking at these in the streets. I looked up all the info I could find. I was possessed. And then I let it go.
A couple of years ago I traded a car for a '97 Neon. I tracked down a blue/purple neon on a salvage yard that had a small field of running cars. Why did I track down a Neon?