I agree that some of the old names would be fun to have back. Not to sure about Mercury as Ford seems to be making Mustang a brand instead. They have their own passions. It's not about the customer really.
Tesla Model 3 does not have a driver side display because they wanted to reduce cost. The Model S has a driver side display. I prefer a driver side display and that is one of things that I don't like about the car. Looks like the Tesla Cybertruck will omit the display also.
So your stereotype of a Ford driver is someone who resists change and avoids new technology making it necessary to make things that are different seem familiar. Also, you believe that Tesla drivers embrace change and new technology.
Which image would you prefer your car to cast.
Yes, but it doesn't change gears. There is no low range. It implies that it has something that it doesn't have. Some people will believe that it will accelerate better if it's in L, but it won't.
The B label would be better or maybe G for gen.
My Volt has L on the shifter for more aggressive regenerative braking. The problem is this implies a lower gear, as it is on all cars with automatic transmission, but that's not what it really is.
Shouldn't the label for the selection describe what it does?
This car resembles pro gas class of cars. They typically run 8 sec quarter with the record somewhere in the 6 sec range.
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I watched the video and it definitely shifted gears.
Must be a two speed transmission. Tesla tried this early on with their roadster and had to much reliability issues. Probably due to no torque converter to take the initial torque slam when planetary band closes.
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The reason to want an EV is the driving experience. It's so much better. The V8 was sold for being smooth and torquey. Electric has improved that beyond the capability of an ICE.
As to production delay. I think there will be that problem across the board.
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