"This underappreciated transformation is probably the most distinct design change to come to cars over the past half-century, and for most US cars, it happened within just a few years, starting in 1986."
Discussion on Quora. The lead suggestion is that especially for older, smaller cars, people should check the rear shocks.
They've now put sensors in the drivers' gloves.
Related: "Marcus Ericsson survives one of the most spectacular crashes in Formula One history as he somersaulted three times after car hit the wall at 220mph during Italian Grand Prix practice".
Interesting review of the Tesla Model 3. The author writes that he leaves "the critique of the Model 3’s driving performance and build quality to others". He then writes that the Model 3 is essentially a smartphone with wheels, so he reviews it--both the good and the bad--as such.
The unintended consequences of Europe's "go diesel" initiative.
Gee, it's almost like a planned economy doesn't work well.
"The shocking presumption of the electric car charge-up brigade."
The death of the perpetually tardy Model 3 may ultimately have less to do with it being an overpriced electric car than with something even more lethal to its chances . . .
It’s a too-small sedan.
Also on Tesla's problems: "Can Tesla Avoid a Breakdown?" and "Tesla Seen Falling Short Of Model 3 Production Goals For A Year".
As the title suggests, quite favorable comments.
Not something you see every day.
As always, caveat emptor.