Welcome Visitor! Please take a few seconds and Register for our forum. Even if you don't want to post, you can still 'Like' the posts that you read.
A hacked 77 doesn't run. It just sits there.Yeah
This argument can be tough. With physical access it's easy to damage/destroy or whatever. So no they cant hack your car with a computer maybe but put down water in gas tank or potato in tail pipe or cut wires from under the car.
My hope is there's less super nerds that can hack a Tesla.
I'm explaining how the current infrastructure is built. The car gets 325 mile range.A truck literally without a bed?
Wtf kinda shit is this?
Also, @DeathRanger, no offense, but youre whole argument defending EVs sound like a cut and paste defense every EV'er online uses to justify the electrics inferiority (Oh its ok it only goes 150 mi on a charge cause im ready to stop too).
My vehicle serves me, i do not serve it.
Thats fine.Theres always going to be x factors and variables that are going to change from day to day and person to person. It's like comparing apples to oranges... EV gets 325 on full charge. How many miles does Rusty get out of the 460 on a full tank? How many miles do you get when pulling a camper or trailer? So you can't really bash on an EV for only being able to go a few hundred miles. Even if they don't get 325 they probably get over 250 which when you turn it around to compare to Rustys old 460, how many gallons does it take to get 250 miles on an old heavy 460? I'm sure the EV is using less money to get to 250 miles or 325 miles for that matter. Any car will have pros and cons so its all about the user.