You made it easy for us!
89 Bronco Eddie Bauer
98 Grand Prix GT
02 Trans Am
07 G35S sedan
15 Chevy SS
22 Mach E GTPE
69 Mustang Mach 1
While the GTPE is my GOAT daily driver, not many would pick it over the ‘69 to own.
I think it’s wishful thinking.
Kinda like how LED lights last 35 years***
***in controlled lab experiments.
BEVs are much more than just the battery pack. Just like a gas powered car is much more than an engine.
I’ve been in 200k-300k mile gas cars. Sure the engine still ran…….. but the rest...
Maybe? It’s more of a subsidy than a tariff.
They are free to build their cars here too if they want the subsidy. Unfortunately because things just plain cost more here, we have to use taxpayer dollars to convince people to do this.
Or (in simple macroeconomic terms) it’s way better to not try...
Probably talking about the Genesis GV60 performance or the Kia EV6 GT.
Both will beat us in the 1/4 mile and are a part of the “Hyundai” umbrella company. (Although Hyundai only owns about a 1/3 of Kia)...
300-500k? It’s been done.
But I wouldn’t expect that many miles to be a “normal” life expectancy.
If it was normal, I doubt they’d write a news article about you:
And if you actually have to turn, do you have to unclip your leg first?
I get the feeling if you got Bluecruise, you would draw eyes on your eyelids so you can take a nap……
Here are some stickers for you:
Yup, I live in suburban Florida.
There are no apexes to divebomb unfortunately. And even the stock exhaust drew too much attention when I drove aggressively in the SS. (It did sound amazing though).
The GTPE ends up being even a better “Super Sleeper” because you can floor it all the time and...
While I loved my SS…… I don’t miss it at all.
GTPE is just so much a better daily driver. Just more fun to drive. And that’s saying a lot. The SS was awesome.
It isn’t perfect (5 seconds, more variability in the suspension, and more range), but for an around town daily driver? I can’t think of...
Probably has to do with how they sync.
For one, how can you know which device to connect to if they both have the same name?
And if you never named your phone, I guess Apple assumes you don’t care if it’s iphone4 or iPhone28.
Not sure if the “why” matters. But at least we figured it out, and...
Yeah the heat rejection coatings of the roof keep heat out in the summer and actually keep heat in during the winter.
Good new windows in your house have similar coatings. Basically they reduce heat transmission both directions.
And in the winter, especially with sunlight, it would help keep...
Yes, it shows as changed in your phone.
But it’s the act of connecting to Bluetooth on a new device that causes the change.
See my earlier post about renting an ATV a few weeks ago. I went from iPhone(4) to iPhone(28) as displayed on my phone.
It’s worth repeating.
It’s between 30 and 50 lbs.
1. People added up the exact weight of all the metal roof parts vs the glass.
2. The weight difference between the glass roof ICE mustang vs metal roof is about 30 lbs.
Up high or not, you’ll never notice the difference.
That still leaves lots of other things that could be the “problem.”
Or, it’s what the people who did a long video after talking to Ford engineers said:
Something along the lines of “there aren’t enough temp sensors and they don’t refresh quickly enough to use temp feedback to limit power, so...