Snapchat is the perfect example of the "Microwave generation"; people who wants everything now; who doesn't care about yesterday.
They said it in the interview: "Everything is like in the moment." »
Actually no, they're all plain standard proletarian versions, just like the ones you find at your local Walmart's parking lot. »
I agree with you about regulation/practicality/safety problems, but still, this is how this article sounds like. »
Am I the only one who can't dig the F-Type Coupe in red?
I'd do crazy stuff to get one in white, gray, black or British racing green, but red? It just looks somewhat dull... »
Have to mention Vettel had a much faster machine at the end of the race.
Vettel was gaining 1-2 seconds a lap on Alonso after the pass. (Only check Vettel and Alonso's boxes) »
Most Subaru owners are nice and friendly people; you just have to filter out some WRX/STi douchebags and you're left with genuine down to earth people. »
I believe he strictly talks about tire grip.
A slick rubber tire of Nascar size on asphalt has a maximum adherence speed of 165 mph on a 24° banking. (Well, if his numbers are correct) »
Those are Dunlop Grandtrek SJ6 winter tires...
It does have the biting edges to have some kind of traction in dirt and small rocks, but totally not the best tire for this kind of vehicle.
I guess Dunlop is the OE tire on the Paceman, and they payed big bucks to be on the concept; even if it means installing winter… »
Put the minimum driver weight at 180 pounds. Lighter drivers require extra weights under the seat. »
Chrysler is doing everything to kill off Dodge...
First they give Ram its own brand, then it's the SRT Viper, and now it's the Challenger that becomes a SRT Barracuda...
Someone at Chrysler seems to really hate the fact Dodge is outselling them 2-1 (596k vs 302k in 2013). If we factor Ram + SRT back into Dodge, it would… »
*Edit* Misread the last line about cars that DO have manuals, so it would be a 1995 Town & Country »