I don't mind bicycles... as long as it's an ebike.
Can't wait for Cybertruck Tri Motor. 0-60 in 2.9 seconds and 500 miles of range. Take my $$$ Elon.I passed two super expensive cars today in my Model 3 Performance and lusted after neither - a Ferrari F8 Tributo and a 67 Firebird driven by what looked like the original owner. I loved the sound of each engine but wouldn't trade my ride for either.
Gonna be pricey.Can't wait for Cybertruck Tri Motor. 0-60 in 2.9 seconds and 500 miles of range. Take my $$$ Elon.
It's not the smog, it's the micron sized pulverized rubber, metal and assorted chemical drips. The dust new the freeways smears like roof patching tar when you try to clean it near the freeway. I used to live above the 55 freeway on the East Side and quickly learned in spited of the perfect weather year round you couldn't leave your windows open.So invest in rental properties near the freeway…noise will still be present but the smog will be much better.
Ya, I'll probably end up with the single motor lol.Gonna be pricey.
Unless no one buys any... but people are paying $70k to $100k+for Lightnings, R1Ts and Hummer EVs.
Future EVs will be hovercrafts.It's not the smog, it's the micron sized pulverized rubber, metal and assorted chemical drips.
Either timeline or multiverse would be bad.😳🤦🏽♂️Resistance is futile.
I am actually very interested in the electric wave runnersmorekaos can get a new boat!
2023 Miami Boat Show recap: More marine electrification than ever, but plenty of room for moreThe 2023 Miami Boat Show has officially come to a close after flooding Miami Beach with all things marine and...electrek.co
Nikola Corporation continues to grow and expand into 2023 and has become a viable commercial EV company to keep an eye on. We’re sure there will be more to report on in Q1 2023 and beyond.
After releasing an unexpectedly strong earnings report Wednesday on the heels of climbing EV momentum, Stellantis says it’s ready to do the same in North America, starting with the Ram and Jeep brands.
Despite Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares claiming electric vehicles were being “imposed” on the auto industry, the leader is now crediting them after producing record results last year.