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      12-06-2019, 11:46 PM   #15
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Tesla has no choice because that sheet metal was so strong it couldn't be bent.
It will be interesting to see what happens when the Tesla truck has an accident with something else.

I have a funny felling the Tesla truck will destroy just about anything it comes in contact with.
They're going to score and spot weld the panels so they fold and pop off with pressure.

I'm getting tired of waiting for BMW to come up with a good EV. The iX3 was looking OK but it's pretty low power and we still don't have many confirmed details. I'm thinking about putting money down on a Polestar 2 or XC40.
The Volvo XC40 Recharge and The Polestar 2 as you may know have the exact same electric powertrain.

The Volvo probably will lease out better than the Polestar.

I'm driving Polestar 2 next month in Seattle.

I really like Polestar 2.
Not sure if this is the right forum but it would be interesting to hear your impression. I will probably lease if possible, since things are changing so quickly in the EV space.
You only want to lease an electric car.
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Why is that? Matt Farrah says the same thing - that due to the constant updates, they're disposable.

However, million mile battery technology is on the horizon and will make electric cars lifetime vehicles if someone so chooses.
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