Saw one in person last week, even sat in it.
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As I moved to the rear, I found it less appealing. The 6 verticle white indicators look out of place. Second row seating has more headroom than it appears. The roof inside is sculpted out.
(pic, not the actual one I saw, but you get the idea.)
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Huh, 100% charge but only a 155 mile range?
Yup, it lost ~30% of it's battery life overnight because "the battery got cold". You're supposed to keep them plugged in.
(PRO TIP: Invest in extension cord companies)
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Thanks for the review. So...if it's cold outside and your local power grid is already maxed out keeping up with home heating power (Texas now) How does it make sense to have idle transportation plugged in drawing energy, on the off chance the owner may want to take a ride on a fully charged car. This is a infrastructure disaster in the making.
155 mile range makers me lol literally......
I have ZERO interest in plugging in my car every night or any night. I will get an electric eventually like most ppl will sometime in their lifetime but if I cant pull into my garage with a charging station under that I drive into then im not interested.
Shit, Europe is already making roads with charging stations built into them so u just drive on the hi way and it recharges automatically.
My brother plugs in his Tesla every night. I would NOT want to do that. Bad enough doing it for everyday use, I can't even imagine taking it on a vacation involving a 400+ mile drive. Ie. from here in CT to Bar Harbor, ME.
Sure we can. Don’t buy this garbage. Inform your friends and neighbors about how the Green Deal is just a money grab for China and elites. If no one buys this crap they won’t make it.Like it or hate it this is the future and we can't stop it. Won't be long before gas prices go up significantly (via drip, drip) and additional taxes are added as well to support electrification infrastructure. Cities will prevent ICE vehicles from entering their boundaries so that the children can be protected, and regulatory fees will added at the state level to help pave the way too. RIP fossil fuels.