In my experience, buying a car is pretty unpleasant. My best experiences were ones in which I either didn't have to go a dealer at all (thanks, AAA!) or spent only 15 minutes on the lot just signing paperwork (thanks, car buying service!)
From the BBC series "Top Gear". (4-minute video.)
I'm sorry to say to those who think Elon Musk is a real-life Tony Stark, but from the beginning his "full self-driving" has been about one quarter dreamy hope and three-quarters fraud. Since he took out the radar and still refuses to use lidar, the fraud proportion, in my opinion, has grown.
The inimitable Thunderf00t rips Elon apart yet again. (21 minute video.)
The inimitable Thunderf00t reminds us of all the things that Elon Musk has said that haven't proven true, at least not yet. (40-minute video.)
Related: "Robocars.com gives Tesla Full Self Driving (FSD) "Beta" an "F" with bad sample ride." (15-minute video.)
I've seen a lot of anecdotal reports of quality problems with Teslas, but this owner's reaction is a bit . . . extreme.
"How the rise of electric cars endangers the ‘last frontier’ of the Philippines".
"Electric vehicles don’t need gas, but the costs are racking up".
Another mystery of human existence: given its track record why would anybody now trust Tesla's "full self driving"??
" . . . there are VASTLY better ways to spend $140 billion to improve American lives than to waste it on something that makes NO measurable difference to global temperature."
Twitter thread on why subsidizing electric cars doesn't make good sense.
I make no brief for the methodology, but I like that Raleigh NC is ranked #1.
UPDATE: link provided now.