Nah, I'm holding out for an '81 DeLorean.
Apparently they do.
Apparently, what "we thought" was based on an unrepresentative sample.
Too much grim prognosticating about millennials' car-buying habits was driven by impressions draw [sic] from studying members of the generation who live in big cities, such as New York and the San Francisco Bay area, where owning a car is an expensive hassle.
Dear Liberals: please let people make up their own minds. If self-driving cars are really great, people will buy them.
You can review the results of Sotheby's car auctions from 2002 to 2016.
Hint: it's not good.
Especially for certain people--I won't name names--who might be in the market for a used car.
It's either very exciting or scary as hell, you choose.
Don’t ask why you would put yourself in this position in the first place, because it makes no damn sense.
"The origami engine: Incredibly detailed tiny V8 motor made of paper revealed (and it really works)"
Kinda hard to believe.
The mini V8 engine is 32 mm long, 24 mm wide and about 27 mm tall.
It was constructed with paper and some scotch tape [t]o reduce friction on the valves.
"This crash test between a modern sedan and the classic 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air shows just how far passenger protection has come in the last fifty years."