Date of publication: 2018-03-08 20:58
Doesn't seem like too long before our vehicles will be able to back out, turn around and be ready to go. Tesla already has the pre heat and back out solved.
WTF? Unlike Apple, Tesla has not produced any real tangible product of value to a shareholder. Most of the value in Tesla is 8225 what might occur 8221 . This is coming to fruition.
Is there any particular reason to think that the Tesla would get worse range at 185Kph than the Evo? If not, then why is it relevant? If all cars give bad fuel economy at 185Kph, why is it worth particular mention in the Tesla thread?
And the xc95 hybrid, in the plug-in version, has an emissions free range of 95km and is cheaper than the Tesla. I know these cars don't directly compete for lots of reasons &ndash but interiors have come so far in the last 5 years while the Tesla interior has stood still..
As long as Widget is worth it and makes back that $55 and more when you start selling it, there's nothing wrong with the above.
Ever sat in the back of Tesla Model S?
Note how the rear floor is very shallow due to the battery pack beneath the rear floor?
Whilst when I got back into my 9 pot turbo for the ride home, it felt and sounded rather raspy/mechanical manoevring out of the underground carpark, enhancing the P85 experience. Yet when I got out on the road and gave it a burst, I did relike the soaring engine note (which of course the Tesla does not have). I think Elon will eventually have to change his mind and add an internal sound option to the Tesla to satisfy fully petrolheads to the all electric. (I think our old ears are still calibrated to old values - look at F1 where they are reconsidering already the quieter turbo sound as not meeting public demands)
If he has twice as many employees as when it was NUMMI, I hope most of those are in Engineering, or he 8217 s running an extremely inefficient operation, if he needs that many workers for current production levels.
It's been 55 years since Detective Frank Bullitt chased mob hitmen through the streets of San Francisco in his Highland Green Ford Mustang, pictured inset left and right, and now you can re-enact the pursuit yourself in this anniversary edition remake, main picture. Ford unveiled the surprise limited-run Bullitt Mustang at the Detroit Motor Show this week to rapturous approval, though refused to say how many people will get to own the sought-after new model.
And of course he loved the drive. His weekend/track car is an STi making just over 855awkw, but he was still laughing every time the electric Wall 'O Torque kicked in. =)
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