Has VW solved the electric car debate? Most people tell you they avoid all-electric cars because of price, overall range, and long charge times. Volkswagen says they have a new car coming out in 2018 that’s 100% electric. It will cost less than a gas-powered model, have a 300 mile range, and will charge in 15 minutes. Keep in mind that this company lied about its latest diesel engines, so caveat emptor.
I’m an emotional guy, and this collage makes me misty eyed. I saw my first P1 on the road in March 2014 in Geneva. That same evening, I saw the full red LaFerrari, which was much more exciting for me. That summer in Paris, I saw my first 918 Spyder on the road as well! I’m sure a lot of you also have fond memories of your first time spotting of the holy trinity of hypercars, do share in the comments 😊
I have a 2000 Nissan Frontier extended cab pickup truck. It has a 4 cylinder in it, so it’s a small truck. Just needing to know how much air PSI it’s going to take to be able to bounce my truck a foot or so off the ground. I heard I would need at least 200 PSI. Need advice on what bags to buy and any other equipment that I’m going to need to make my truck bounce. Any help is very appreciated, thanks in advance!
With a slew of rising gas prices that are always unpredictable, a lot of people are looking for new ways to save money. Some buy electric or hybrid vehicles, others carpool and moderate, and then some simply change from gas to diesel. While many claim that diesel engines are not usually considered a bargain purchase, they actually can be the less expensive option overall. Continue reading