Type: Posts; User: OOOO-A3
Background on the Bronco vid:
"So I'll replace these squishy bushy-type things with these solid ones we happen to have lying around...
...in a piece of round-stock aluminium...
...near the lathe."
If you can’t get Swarovski crystal lenses hand-fluted into a LHD beam pattern...
...stick-on is fine.
Here you go:
The car would need the ones specifically to convert RHD lamps (like...
As it relates to the manufacturer:
Until the manufacturer sells 200,000 qualifying vehicles (regardless of model), buyers can claim the $7500 federal tax credit for a purchased vehicle.
You're right. :o
Amish, of course.
As long as there is range in the battery, the gas engine does not turn on at all*, and you are 100% electric up to the maximum governed speed, full-throttle, until the battery is "depleted" (it's not...
:wave:Pro, the non-metallic moonstone grey (wanted white but it's metallic and I hate metallic white), black interior. I *really* want the glass roof, but $4300 is :eek: I guess I could live with...
These are the European-market models. Given that there were two styling variants leaked from the two different Chinese VW partners, is this the same look that's going to be for the US-market model?
Hopefully they do, as clearly some people haven't gotten the message.
Generally, looking at PlugShare instead to see charging stations from *all* vendors, not just ChargePoint, will give the...
Nice! Super jealous. If the ID.3 or Peugeot 208e were available in the US I would be throwing money at a dealer already. (I know they’re not comparable in range, but I like both.)
The polestar is...
Is it available in Caribbean Blue?
How would you rank the experience compared to a Kona Electric, if you’ve driven one of them? I really wish they were bringing the ID.3 to the US instead of just the .4.
When the sleeves shift in the block, it's the functional equivalent of the block warping. Iron (sleeves) and aluminium (block) expand and contract at different rates, so overheating + laws-of-physics...
Because even 1960s GM didn't want *that* motor, so they sold it to the British who were ecstatic that it came with leaking, overheating, and warping features already that they didn't have to engineer...