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They really need to let the Rotary engine go. They suffer from poor efficiency, poor emissions and poor reliability.
Let. It. Go. Mazda.
The problem is they didn't put much effort into building out a hydrogen infrastructure. Tesla got this right with their supercharger network....
splitting hairs on MPGe differences doesn't make a lot of cents/sense, either.
the regular one was at the LA autoshow. I like it.
"articles" like this usually have some advertiser source - probably a large dealer with a glut of used Prii.
I'm finding this hard to believe...
which probably means Toyota has cooked up something better than the HSD and is getting ready to move on.
bombarded with fiat 500e and leaf ads.
I suppose the self-driving Chevy Bolts creeping around San Francisco could be considered an ad.
GM kills the electric car, and people complain.
GM brings a very nice little electric car that would be great for suburban commuters and people...
This isn't a terribly big deal. The F10 BMW has been panned for its slow, sloppy un-BMW like handling. And the CLA is a cheap POS.
The "first drive" reviews of the Bolt claim it is excellent.
in a post 9/11 world, flying cars will never be allowed.
"0-60 mph is expected to be in the low-7-second range,"
wow, that's very very brisk. impressive.
" The pack sits at the back of the trunk next...
we've always known the electric car is the holy grail.
now that it is becoming truly viable, there is much hand wringing.