They have had that for a while. My 2014 Taurus SHO has that.Lights projected onto the ground outside the driver's side door when getting in out? How cool! Never heard of that one before.
That's an impressive page of features. And well presented. Very enticing for the "Average Joe" customer.
That was fantastic. Ford must be making that available to dealers, but none of the half dozen dealers near me have any Mach E information. I am so not looking forward to dealing with a Ford dealer.
This is all from the eSource book that Ford has published and is available to the dealers online. If the dealer says don’t know this information it’s because they haven’t read what Ford has provided yet (because there is a bit more information than what you see on this link).That was fantastic. Ford must be making that available to dealers, but none of the half dozen dealers near me have any Mach E information. I am so not looking forward to dealing with a Ford dealer.
I remember Blue Thunder had whisper mode. There's a shortage of helicopter shows in modern entertainment."Whisper mode". Reminds me of the old '80's program "AirWolf". The helicopter used have "Whisper Mode" when they was doing some stealth approach.
Talking of stealth. So much for scaring unsuspecting pedestrians in the parking lots. Shit.
LMAO! Don't go down that Blue Thunder/Airwolf rabbit hole!I remember Blue Thunder had whisper mode. There's a shortage of helicopter shows in modern entertainment.
Back in 2010 I was riding my bike on some lovely San Diego county back roads with no traffic when a car whizzed by me in almost total silence. Scared the s#it out of me 'cuz it seemingly came out of nowhere. That was my first experience with a Tesla and it was next level. Here we are ten years later. What a time to be alive.
It's been said quite a bit on this forum that there's a common belief that the targeted range and acceleration specs are sandbagged. Tesla Model Y's initial specs were probably the benchmark and Ford just needed to put the hardware in place to come close to it. Now that Tesla has upped the benchmark, we'll likely see some revisions to the performance specs by the time the vehicle comes to production *fingers crossed*.I am probably reading to much into the words, but I found an interesting nuance in the section about batteries and range. It says they are targeting "over 210 miles" for std AWD, "over 230 miles" for std RWD and "over 270 miles" for ER AWD. But for ER RWD, it says "about 300 miles" instead of "over 300 miles". Hedging their bets?
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