not much by was of specs on the batteries, but its something. Wonder what will happen first....solid state battery production car, or my focus hits 250,000 milesHere comes the solid-state batteries
Yes it's the maverick but unfortunately they don't currently have 4wd for the hybrids only front wheel 😕 I would assume in the next few years that will change though. For us it wasn't a deal breaker my wife's work will be closed if it snows and if not she can always use my f250. I'm stuck with my 2wd work vehicle no matter the conditions lol. The mavericks are so hard to come by especially the hybrids . It took us a year and a half to get it built and so many other people got bumped another year.Is that the Maverick? Insane mileage for 4wd
A coworker at Transistor Devices had a Prius that was showing something wrong. It turned out to be a bad solder connection that he fixed himself.That invoice was circulating on right wing boomer Facebook pages last year. Source: My dad who gets angry every night watching Fox News.
It's not like anyone paid for that battery, it's just someone writing up what the cost would be. Just look at the top of the Invoice, a Chevy Volt w/ 70,000 miles on it. The battery is warrantied for 100k or 8 years. And it's not like batteries going bad is an issue people have actually worried about with electric cars, not anymore at least.
I like the $1.50 battery fee though.
Cammisa's take on the prototype Cybertruck.
I thought it was very interesting with the 48v architecture, drive by wire steering, and the stainless body panels/crash ratings.
I think they should have brought the A-pillars even more towards the front and made a forward control cab style. That would maybe make the overall length shorter and look way cooler ala Unimog and VW Doka pickup truck.