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Maybe if they focused on making good cars instead of anonymous consumer-grade automatic blobs they wouldn't get platform-shared.
Looks fantastic, especially the front aero feature, but it sounds like an Oreck and no EV will ever have soul.
are both eligible for federal tax credits? That's the big $7,500 question.
Toenail says what?
This sounds like old-school GM drama!
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