Yeah, that could be. It's also possible that there's been a tweak in offerings since the brochure was originally published. It's fun to speculate, that's for sure!I think the narrator is mistaken about the picture he calls the Route 1's wheels. That looks like the optional "silver painted aluminum with high gloss black-painted aero cover" wheel for the Select edition from the brochure that was posted earlier...
Yes, I suppose they could have changed their minds - although the descriptions/specs for route 1 all mention 18" wheels. Every picture I've seen of the route one (including auto show shots) all have this 18" wheel:Yeah, that could be. It's also possible that there's been a tweak in offerings since the brochure was originally published. It's fun to speculate, that's for sure!
Some pictures were posted in a few of these threads showing the basic charging settings on the main screen. Can't find the thread at the moment, but I know it including the ability to set charging time periods, and pretty sure it showed a charge-to-a-% setting too.About the charge set up, does anybody know's about charge percentage capability, like setting up a 70% charge only for example ?
Se escribe correctamente como "No hablo español".No hablo espanio
Or just do what a lot of people do these days: Copy the specific text in question and paste it into google translate. You should get a good enough facsimile of what was being said (if you already understand the context of the conversation).Se escribe correctamente como "No hablo español".
Learn Spanish now. It has been and will always be the most spoken language in America, and the second in the United States (a part of America). About one third of the U.S.citizens speak Spanish, since almost half of the continental territory , from Californis to North Carolina, were Spanisg lands before the English (and latter the U.S.) took them away. And several States have Spanisg names: California, Nevada, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, and Florida.