The oxygen sensor and nine more.
"Where $7,000 radar-detectors are the starting point and seven-figure sound systems the checkered flag."
$7,000? Really? What does it do, give you cops' shoe sizes?
UPDATE: link added.
I really like "options".
Link courtesy of Door reader and commenter, JK.
Not what you want from a luxury car. (Or any car, for that matter.)
They're trying to automate final assembly. This has stumped bigger, more experienced automakers.
Related: Hitler finds out he is invested in Tesla bonds.
this these fine four paragraphs about speed limit laws:
But why should anyone object to (as Ford itself puts it) more “efficient” enforcement of the law? This assumes, of course, that the laws being enforced are reasonable, defensible, etc.
They’re not, of course. And everyone knows it.
Which is precisely why they aren’t enforced “efficiently.” It would trigger an uprising.
The whole point of the current system is the selective enforcement of idiotic laws. In order to maintain idiotic laws.
Related: "Is Every Speed Limit Too Low?"
Hyundai has come a long way: ". . . which is pretty remarkable considering that it wasn’t 20 years ago when Hyundai’s quality was a sad joke in the U.S."
Not for me now, but maybe 40 years ago. It does look kinda . . . interesting.
This win is quite striking.
And while Genesis’s long-term success is still TBD, the early signs are promising, which is pretty remarkable considering that it wasn’t 20 years ago when Hyundai’s quality was a sad joke in the U.S.