If you liked The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, this is a video for you.
If you're concerned about the possible theft of your car get a BMW 3-series.
And what's really nice is that I suspect F-150 drivers tend to vote Republican.
Show it to Liberals who also watch pro football on TV with its ubiquitous Ford truck ads and watch their heads explode.
Related: "All My Loving (Beatles Parody)".
A very nice story. Good on Ford Motor.
Auto enthusiast Eric Peters comes down very hard, not for the first time, on Tesla and electric cars generally.
If it is, then electric cars aren’t “zero” emissions. Not if they’re driven, at any rate. In order to move, they consume electrical power generated by the burning of natural gas and oil and coal — which produces plenty of carbon dioxide “emissions.”
But the fatuity of the “zero emissions” fatwa doesn’t change its power — the distortionary effect it is having on the car industry generally — which is being forced to build lots of electric cars to “achieve compliance.”
Cars for which there is no market.
Or rather, cars for which there aren’t buyers.
Not too surprising, but may be a helpful discussion for young people.
Brief review of the pros and cons of each choice. This claim was interesting to me:
The luxury vehicle of your dreams might now be something you can afford, thanks to a record high number of lease returns hitting the used-car market. This trend has widened the price difference between a new vehicle and a 3-year-old used one, according to Edmunds transaction data.
The article mentions that ". . . there's a big difference between rated and maximum towing capacity". But it still looks impressive. (With 5.75 minute video.)
I don't know that that's a bad thing, but Lileks seems to.
This must be stopped. A nation of people indifferent to cars is ripe for socialism, I tell you. Ripe!