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11/16/19
4:51 PM
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Since these batteries are graded to put out between 90 and 300 kW of power, Roadshow also speculates that the i4 will utilize two batteries—the amount it would need to hit the 390 kW of power needed to translate into 530 horses. Read more

11/16/19
4:27 PM
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Maybe it’s time for Ferrari to do what Leica did: make a ‘stealth’ edition

11/15/19
4:28 PM
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I’ve been doodling solutions like this for RVs for a long time. Particularly ones that slide out like this Citroën, but without necessarily having wheels for the hind most part. Or ones that slide the whole side of the vehicle out sideways.

11/14/19
1:51 PM
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The ‘54 was not so bad- it was the ‘49 to ‘53 Olds that seemed to alternate between flipping your eyelids inside out, having a pair of unfortunate growths just underneath the eyes, or the aftermath of a truly epic coke bender. 

11/13/19
6:38 PM
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Also, those prancing horses in yellow would be a daily reminder of the fundamental naffness of the Ferrari brand.

11/13/19
2:34 PM
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Flemish is a variety of Dutch- the Flemish went to great lengths to make it so.

11/12/19
4:29 PM
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The Netherlands, which, if anything, is even more mind blowing. It did happen, though:

11/9/19
8:07 PM
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I wasn’t sure, but that’s why I used ‘site’ rather than ‘plant’.
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11/9/19
4:50 PM
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Indeed, though the only ones that could be called people’s cars were the DKWs that were made there from 1931 on. Read more

11/9/19
3:30 PM
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Quite poignant that the new People’s Car will be made on the site where the old GDR used to make theirs, the Trabant, until almost 30 years ago today. Read more

11/5/19
1:58 PM
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I just realised it has been there all along. Very quietly.

11/3/19
9:42 AM
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Apologies- you’re quite right. I mixed up the Zetros Bliss Mobil with this Unimog Bimobil

11/2/19
5:34 PM
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While a BT is indubitably the better choice for a double date, I’d be tempted to loose the other couple and go for the more rakish CT