I'm still waiting on my 2022 TRX...I plan to buy another TRX in 2022(2023 model year) and keep my 2021 TRX also. This has been my plan all long to buy the last year of the hellcat TRX even before I bought my 2021 TRX.
I doubt Ram would make the same dumb mistake from Ford. The TRX might go electric or die V8. Would be fun to have a fast truck but without the engine sound and supercharger wine....not as excitedI traded my 21 in on a 22. I guess when I do the 22 for a 23 I should get all the options I ever wanted as I'll be keeping that one. Don't want a 6 cyl turboed TRX.........
My wife has an ID4 for work. It works fine in the Maine winters. Heating (including seats and steering wheel) requires more energy than AC, but it still remains full (or nearly full) each morning, even at level 1.How well these battery powered cars gonna run in the winter months??
Like someone posted above. How does our electric grid power all these electricity flowing?!?!
Wait a minute. Are you telling me that it's not true that all of the electricity that will be used to power electric vehicles doesn't come from pixie dust? I've been lied too!!! Pretty soon you'll be telling me that the Tooth Fairy, Easter Bunny and Santa Claus are not real.When are people going to realize it is worse on the environment to make these batteries than actually driving a gas car.
Highly doubt it. Late R means less time to sell that platform truck being high carbon emission engines are limited based on sale numbers. The higher the number of allotted sales of certain engines, the faster the builder is forced to move on to lesser carbon footprint ones.I wonder if Ford knew this all along and that is why they are in no rush to bring out the Raptor R. It could be the only game in town with respect to high HP gasser.