While I don't take advantage of all of the acceleration and torque my EV offers, I do find that its almost instant torque and acceleration make for a better driving experience and, most likely, a safer one. The car basically does what I tell it to without hesitation. It is a more refined and pleasurable driving experience.So fast, I find many EVs max power, torque and top speed, 100% useless away from a racetrack.
What a bunch of ugly cars.
IT seems that back when EVs were new/rare, the car makers seemed to think they needed to differentiate them from the rest of the pack. I think now they are realizing that EV shoppers pretty much want normal looking cars.
You believe every car in that video is ugly?
I think the Ford GT is beautiful, and has such an interesting history. (It's also not an EV).
I think the i3 is iconic. I’ve always liked it and they are a nice driving car. We said if I ever went back to work and we needed a second car for Angela to run around in it would be an i3. Perfect fit for the garage as well. Our model Y is huge and fills the garage way to tight. I’m sure I would be relegated to driveway parking.Not my BMW i3. Shortly after I got it, a young woman walking by in a parking lot said "cute car." That's what every guy wants to hear!
Not my BMW i3. Shortly after I got it, a young woman walking by in a parking lot said "cute car." That's what every guy wants to hear!
Yah. It’s nuts. Lots of naysayers until they take a test drive. It’s pretty much over then.
We tow our little travel trailer with an EV SUV. It goes zero to sixty in 4 seconds without the trailer. Still does it under 8 with the trailer. Freeway on ramps are way fun.
View attachment 156421I've had several street rods and I have always considered onramps as legal drag strips.