still novel for me to see one of these here.
Some of them did try pretty hard though.
It’s a Tesla Model 3, in the wild in San Francisco. H/T to my coworker Michael Barnard who snapped these pics.
Tesla started delivery of the Model S in South Korea just last month and already has a six month waiting list just to drive the cars. The cars didnt qualify for the government ev incentive because they take longer than 10-hours to charge (big batteties). Whelp, starting in September, Tesla cars will enjoy a revised EV…
A team managed to get a Tesla Model S 85D from the Portofino Inn to the Red Ball Garage in 51 hours, 47 minutes.
TL:DR It did bad in the last small overlap crash, Tesla “fixed” it, and it did WORSE.
It’s quite extensive. More extensive than most aircraft accident dockets. Read more here: https://dms.ntsb.gov/pubdms/search/hitlist.cfm?docketID=59989
In somewhat of a hipster move I now have an electric motor instead of a traditional gas outboard. My justification is that I love to try new products and I believe trolling motors are currently pathetic technology and torqueedo and similar brushless outboard motors are ridiculously overpriced.
recycled electric car anyone?
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Sucks it has red rear indicators. I was hoping for amber.
How a vehicle can be called the explode without raising any alarms is beyond me. Building highspeed underground tunnels that can move self driving Xploodsives to strategic points. Open your eyes, people!
I didn’t spend much time in it, but I did learn that if you press the brake pedal while the door is open it’ll close the door.
But not all of them. Only those with the wherewithal to acquire a car starting at €81,000.
This potentially changes everything. Nikola Motors probably just shat their pants, BTW.
rare for me to see one, no smug number plate and it only said 85 on the tailgate.
Let’s say you just got a new, facelifted Tesla Model S. You’re obviously very proud of the thing, and that new, smooth, grille-less front is unique on the road.
One of the most profound moments of transcendental joy I’ve ever experienced was when Madeon and Porter Robinson performed in Royal Oak as part of their Shelter Live Tour. You can find the complete performance set on YouTube—it’s funny how, even though YouTube wasn’t around ‘til I was almost in high school, it’s so…