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Hagerty Employee

Fabric-clad off-road EV sips biodiesel, RPM Act gears up in Senate, a T-bird with old-school Disney charm

Intake: A pioneering new electric British truck designed by a former Formula 1 engineer claims a phenomenal 4000-plus-mile range. The Fering Pioneer from ex-Ferrari and -McLaren man Ben Scott-Geddes uses two electric motors-one on each axle-to provide all-wheel-drive and a total of over 440 lb-ft of torque to give it serious off-road chops.
https://www.hagerty.com/media/news/the-manifold/2021-09-16/
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drhino
Technician

So the Government is going to buy 200 of those Suburbans every year for nine years; and they are going to force us to buy EVs. Isn’t that just wonderful.

Thank goodness Porsche; Mazda (and F1) are involved in synthetic fuel. Fingers crossed!
gringo
Pit Crew

only 200 of these? Every senator and congressman will have this as their ride.
Chauffeur too of course.
carguyjim
Detailer

Totally understandable that the CURRENT administration would need to protect itself, from threatened Americans as well as foreign adversary...
Eric2
Intermediate Driver

The Suburban's lit up like a Xmas tree! Imagine each of those lights cost the equivalent of the government set of pliers and toilet seats of the old days!
Oldroad1
Technician

The EVers are finally fessing up to the fact that range requires ICE. What happened to the 2035 carbon free campaign/promise? O, that's right, when god the government makes a promise, promise really means compromise.
Reinhold_Weege
Instructor

" Its size, ruggedness, and spaciousness make it the perfect vehicle for transporting high-ranking party members—"

 

Fixed it for you.