Except the prius... "Cool Prius" -Said no one everAll cars are cool, each in their own way.
That's how I see it.
Jeff Dunham did.... Then his daughters said it was gay. LOLExcept the prius... "Cool Prius" -Said no one ever
YOU SIR, Are GANGTA! I have the bum version of that garage.I have a Plaid, its mind-blowing for certain.
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But, as much as I like it, my GN is still my favorite. It has the goods that make me feel like a kid.
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Yes, 8’s will be much more common coming from factory stock cars. And they will be electric.The Demon 170 will be a hoot (named 170 after the "proof" of the alcohol that it takes to run it). But the car they have planned to replace it (yep, not ICE) is rumored to be faster. Good time to be alive.
8s is common up hereYes, 8’s will be much more common coming from factory stock cars. And they will be electric.
Question for the Greenies......
Where are they gonna dispose of all those spent, toxic chemical batteries?
Like these ones?Fair enough question. All battery packs can be rebuilt (just like the battery in our Buicks). And while a portion of the material is tossed, much of it is reused. Just sayn'.
"we wont have enough ways to electrify the grid for the nation!"
Not to sound snarky, but anyone who truly understands the grid absolutely knows that we do not have the capability to "transition" to "so called" green energy unless you want to call nuclear and natural gas green. The technology today does not exist, the money does not exist, the natural resource production does not exist, and real consumer demand does not exist to transition. Other than deception and fear at the political level, nothing is driving an "energy transition". Current electricity is plentiful and cost effective, for now.I appreciate all of that @TurboTGuy, and I hear you load & clear. I am looking at the advantages of e-fuel now, as Porsche has invested over 100 million into that process recently looking at keeping their revenue stream (old Porsches) running & driving & buying parts. It (e-fuel) is something we may all be able to benefit from, and that is old tech!
So I have plenty of pals that sing the song about "we wont have enough ways to electrify the grid for the nation!" but that is simply not true. My own personal EV does not use the grid. I have a solar panel that charges it. Not once have I needed to burden the national grid. If anything, I supply power back to the grid. Just more nuggets for you to talk to your friends about as we all get more familiar with it. I believe that it really is possible to get it all done & everyone is happy.