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Old 11-01-2019, 10:09 PM   #26
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Old 11-02-2019, 03:43 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by godfather2112 View Post
The Model Y looks leaps and bounds better than the 3. No offense to mode 3 owners, and itís subjective, but the 3 is so far beyond boring and generic looking that itís only few redeeming qualities are name brand, mileage, performance (dual motor).

Ford is not a Tesla challenger. Ford buying demographics are either truck owners, CUV / SUV owners who are not really super concerned with being new with flash tech but generic. I think Tesla challengers 2030 years ago thereís lotta conversations that Iíve had rats clearly the fact I think Tesla challengers come from the Audi + dollar range.

Iím also on Maui and fairly intoxicated so Iím not sure Iím saying words.
I'm glad to hear you're enjoying yourself in paradise. Yes, they're probably stealing a lot of German car customers and even adding a lot of non-car people because it's more of an appliance than the "automobile" we've all become familiar with.

The thing with the Y is that it targets a real sweet spot in the market. They will sell every one they can produce. The primary limiting factor will continue to be their ability to supply their factories with batteries for at least a few more years. What happens after that depends on how well the market responded to the battery demand and what kinds of new technologies arise from this shift towards the EV.
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Old 11-02-2019, 04:04 PM   #28
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I will say the renders don't look too bad. A Mustang inspired SUV sounds like it could be popular with the typical Ford buyer. Adding the Mustang's sequential tail lights would be good touch.
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