Agreed. I think if I ever buy a Model S (used of course), I won’t care about the color and get it wrapped in something interesting like teal or burnt orange.
Wait.. what’s wrong with brown volvos?..
LOL why do you people talk passive-aggressively about him like a fucking ex?
But squared off backs are great for aero!
Looks more like an Aspire.
I wish the would have squared off the back, but it seems aerodynamics (and probably parts sharing concerns) took over.
Tesla is strapped for cash because they’re actually strapped for cash. Musk already disclosed Tesla won’t be profitable 1Q and they have a serious debt issue with many headwinds.
It’s giving me Ssangyong Actyon vibes
Harder to find?
I got nothin.
Back in the 1960s, many USN destroyers carried DASH (Drone Anti Submarine Helicopter). They were taken off starting circa 1968.They were flown by junior officers and senior petty officers who had completed a multi-week training course. The scuttlebutt at the time was that they were removed due to a record of…
Like this one?
While I would like to believe this, anti-ship tech has also gotten much better, whereas the tech to keep them afloat I doubt has changed much.
I think you’re missing one important point about carriers. Please note I am neither anti-carrier or pro-carrier.
They’re not nearly as hard to disable as they are to sink.
Carriers are a lot harder to sink than is typically assumed. One missile hit is not going to do it.
Why not both?
When I worked at Big Corp, a good bud of mine was a former HK sub officer. And “HK” stands for “hunter killer”—get the other guy—as opposed to a boomer sub there to bring the world to an end. He told of war games involving surface ships (“targets” in his nomenclature) and the subs ALWAYS won. So are carriers nothing…
Corvettes love aircraft carriers.
“HMS Queen Elizabeth entering New York harbor, October 2018.