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Sep 17
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I was going to flippantly say ‘tow a big battery’, but this seems to make a lot of sense. I’m sure physics or something will come along to ruin it, though.

Sep 16
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I’m not a bike rider, but I agree - it’s very cool.  When I first looked at the picture though, I thought it was a model - lots of smooth surfaces.

Sep 15
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My uncle had a 350z, and it still reminds me of that - but that’s not a bad thing.

Sep 14
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What’s to “investigate”? He either wore the shirt or he didn’t and they either liked it or they didn’t.  It was on TV, geniuses.  It’s just a handful of suits in a room vacillating about whether it would be bad publicity to call him out for it.

Sep 13
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It has only ever been used as a test track for Ferrari apparently, so most likely one car at a time.  Just curious - your username suggests you might be a fellow Aussie - if so, cool.

Sep 13
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They couldn’t have two, I thought the quota was only one asshole per team maximum - pun somewhat intended.

Sep 11
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Wallenius is a huge company - if anyone can do this it might be them.

Sep 10
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Is that really it?  It looks like the body is gradually sliding backwards.  Adventurous.

Sep 10
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But...but...where will they find another surgically clean environment to build their cars?  Ron Dennis was proud that you could basically eat off the floor.

Sep 8
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I’ve only seen one Ferrari and one Aston Martin up close as far as fast cars go - I live in country Australia. As such, I only know what I read - you may be right, but the fact remains that they don’t have a manual so the point is moot.

Sep 8
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It might be safety - if you could swivel the screen, you could hit the edge of it during a crash, instead of just face-on.  Just a guess.

Sep 8
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Have you not noticed that most cars like this one have automatic transmissions now? In many cases it’s because the manuals can’t handle the torque, as I understand. When you watch it go by on the street, you won’t be able to tell, if that makes any difference.

Sep 7
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Oh, yeah - I’m still paying attention, because I like racing - even though most of the cars can’t win. Most professional sports are the same way. Read more

Sep 5
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As my time frame is 5 years minimum, hopefully that will be worked out by then.

Sep 5
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Fix It Again, Tony - is that what you mean?

Sep 5
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Fair enough - I don’t think that model has ever been sold here in Australia anyway.

Sep 5
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This is a vehicle that I would consider as a retirement purchase in 5 or 10 years (depends on circumstances not related to the car). I am one who would prefer a few more physical buttons, as digging through menus or screens to get to everyday things would get old quickly, I think. Read more

Sep 4
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Possibly unpopular non-American opinion - the name Wagoneer is not beautiful enough for any decent vehicle. The car looks fine to me, but as Jeeps are both inexplicably popular and much-complained about here in Australia, I would hesitate to buy one.

Sep 1
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Rolls-Royce is now crass enough to announce engine specifications, so we get to hear that the twin-turbo 6.75-liter V12 delivers “563bhp/420kW and 850Nm/627lb ft of torque to the all-wheel steer, all-wheel drivetrain.” Read more