Right, the telescoping steering column only helps so much with keeping the airbag a safe distance away from shorter people. Outside of certain exotic sports cars, you usually have to get a large truck or SUV to get adjustable pedals. The only regular cars I know of with adjustable pedals was the recently-discontinued…
I think it looks better wingless because the wing over-accentuates the blocky back end styling. But I prefer the performance bits in the Z51 package which sadly includes the wing.
The advice I would give now that most cars have telescoping steering columns is to put your seat where you can reach the pedals with your legs extended, with your knees at about a 120 degree angle. Then adjust the steering wheel so you can reach it with your arms at about a 45 degree angle from your body, and your…
No adjustable pedals. Those are available in some cars (usually bigger SUVs and some exotic sports cars) but not very common.
Tilt/telescoping steering wheels have been common for a good while now. Adjustable pedals are less common, but especially in bigger vehicles they probably should become more common.
Apparently those are heat shields. Given the location of the plugs is between the runners of the header, methinks you should keep them.
One thing I’ve noticed is many women, especially older and/or shorter ones, sit way too close to the steering wheel. That’s dangerous, especially with an airbag.
I like rowing my own plenty but in a car with this level of capability I’m ok with a DCT, especially since there were apparently some packaging concerns with adding a manual.
Now prepare for random comments of people saying you spelled Prada wrong.
Came here to say this. When I first saw the eLSD was optional I was like, “WTF, NO OPEN DIFF ON A HIGH POWERED SPORTS CAR?” but then I remembered the base C7 has a mechanical LSD instead of the eLSD.
Technically you’re right but that’s not the full story. The narrow-body C7 is an inch wider than the wide-body 991.
The good thing about Motorola phones is they come unlocked and work on all the US carriers. The Galaxy A50 is only available from Samsung in carrier-locked versions for Verizon or Sprint. The one from B&H only works on AT&T and T-Mobile but is missing some LTE bands.
“Plenty” is not the same as “a lot of,” and the main cargo complaint was old folks whining that a mid-engined car wouldn’t have room for their golf clubs.
Corvettes are available in Europe. At least in the UK, I know for sure. They’ve never sold in large numbers over there for a few reasons.
I’d make mine a 2LT (don’t want/need the extra leather of the 3LT but I do want the vented seats of the 2LT for open top driving on hot days) with the Z51 package & magneride. Elkhart Lake Blue over Sky Cool Gray with the Carbon Flash wheels..
I like the side intakes but the back end is a little too blocky especially with the spoiler.
I unironically enjoy Miller High Life, sometimes.
Maybe it has a trunk, or a frunk, or both!
I only found out about this after the fact. I told a friend about it and he said he knew about it as it was happening, and put a couple items in his cart but didn’t buy anything. I was like, “WHY DIDN’T YOU TELL ME, YOU KNOW I’M A PHOTO NERD!!!!” I could’ve bought a whole new camera setup plus a couple extra items to…
My theory is whoever took this pic wanted to buy the cheapest possible beer to find out how many cases fit in an NSX trunk. The reddit post it came from is unclear. But it does contain plentiful Yuengling trash talk.