Posted by Eeyore on May 20, 2009, 8:24 pm
much more sensible.
here for that.
cars didn't even > EXIST
The EU didn't exist when the street was built up. In fact it took about 110
years until the EU turned
Why would they have anything to do with inadequate parking for 2 cars / home
when a car didn't exist at
the time ?
Posted by clare on May 18, 2009, 11:27 pm
On Sun, 17 May 2009 23:45:07 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
If both are used for the same purpose at the same time in opposite
directions it is no help.
Posted by user on May 19, 2009, 1:32 am
You have never swapped cars with a family member? It's usually done by
planning a day or two ahead, eg. "I have to go to take some of the
soccer team to the pitch the day after tomorrow dear, I'll need the
truck, you take the car"
Posted by Eeyore on May 16, 2009, 7:08 pm
Chrysler may likely not exist by then.
Pure wishful withinking.
How do you think they can make them cheaper when the batteries cost so much ?
Posted by residualselfimage1999 on May 17, 2009, 12:48 pm
Chrysler is using bankruptcy court to reorganize. It's shedding a
of its dealership now. I heard that the surviving parts of Chrysler
will be merged or absorbed by Fiat.
Currently Chrysler is advertisting on TV that it will be sell three EV
in one or two years
using three models - one based on a cherokee jeep, one based on a
and one based on a roadster sportscar. You might be correct in
Chrysler may not make it - Chrysler faces a significant challenge
I don't think so. Toyota's plug-in Prius will be available
in about 2012. The Aptera 2e - which is an EV - will start
delivering the first of their EVs by the end ot this
year ( they have 4000 orders). For the 2010, Aptera
will be selling only in California; however, after 2010,
Aptera plans to sell and distribute nationwide. BYD
expressed interest in selling their PHEVs and EVs
in the USA around 2012.
Tesla has to redesign and replace its battery system. It's just too
IMHO Tesla needs to refocus on lowering its overall cost.