..., rear seats folded, with luggage under tray (SAE, cu. ft.)
53.0 cu. ft. 53.0 cu. ft.
Luggage capacity, passenger volume (SAE, cu. ft.) 96.6 cu. ft. 96.6 cu.
Front suspension MacPherson type suspension MacPherson type suspension
Rear suspension Multi-link Multi-link...
complete Dauphines, the team behind the Kilowatt had ordered 100 “gliders”
for production for 1960. When the project abruptly folded, 43 complete
Kilowatts had been made. The rest of those incomplete cars sat, and in 1975
they sold 71 remaining Dauphines to become Mars II electric cars in
2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV Cars.com photo by Aaron Bragman
... system keeps each passenger
properly heated and cooled at all times.
When full Level 5 autonomous mode is selected, the steering wheel folds away
and the HUD becomes a full width video screen displaying a variety of
entertainment options. KIA’s Real Time Emotion Adaptive Driving (R.E.A.D.)
... practically have to fold myself in half to get in and out of it. Although it's not bad once I'm in, but getting in and out is a royal pain. There is no way that could be my daily vehicle.
Jim Walls - K6CCC
... after an earthquake, a hurricane or a flood.
The leg architecture has "five degrees of freedom", according to Hyundai, as
well as hub propulsion motors and actuators.
Crucially, it can also fold up to cruise at highway speeds, after scaling a
five-foot wall or reaching over a five-foot gap, or...
> search evdl archive on gm e100
> GM rolls into the electric bicycle market with connected...
EVLN: $7.3k SAIC-GM Baojun-E100 EV.cn vs $9k GW ORA-R1 EV.cn
China’s Great Wall Motor unveils $8,680 all-electric ORA R1 urban car with
nearly 200-mile range
electric motor top speed of 100 km/h (62 mph) fully charged in 7.5 hours
length of 2,488 mm, width of 1,506 mm and height of 1,670 mm ...
>> two folding chairs, bulletin board, stack of flyers, large costumes,
>> baskets of flowers, ice skates, etc. used for Earth Day events. I once
>> drove two grown men to the Strip in one when their expected
>> transportation was not available, often took my neighbor with suitcases
... you mentioned, when they
> were new. Those I had were already old when I bought them but still
> worked well when I found people who could help me maintain them. They
> held way more stuff than you could imagine if just looking at one, like
> two folding chairs, bulletin board, stack of flyers...
... were already old when I bought them but still
worked well when I found people who could help me maintain them. They
held way more stuff than you could imagine if just looking at one, like
two folding chairs, bulletin board, stack of flyers, large costumes,
baskets of flowers, ice skates, etc...