More goodies from ETCgreen: Biking worse than driving cars. Really. http://etcgreen.com/general/does-cycling-save-petroleum
Tesla will have delivered over 2,000 Tesla Roadsters before this car is even delivered. Is it even going to be sold in the US? Also, it says 0-60 in less than 4 seconds so unless it is 3.6 seconds or quicker, the Roadster sport can match it. Even the Model S will start deliveries before this car comes out. Yes it's fast, looks cool and runs on B100 but how about a car with a production of over a few hundred per year?
Also, what car under $100,000 is allowed to use B100 under warranty and where can I find a B100 filling station in Texas?
Last edited by dsm363; 02-15-2012 at 04:12 PM.
Not sure why your posts seem to condescending. I will share that your posts do not reflect a working knowledge of anything in particular. I would like to know why at a cost <$1/gallon to the pumps without taxes or government subsides why your biofuels have not yet reached the market in significant quantity?
I would like to better understand how you plan to address the inherent inefficiencies of growing sufficient quantities of biofuels to offset petroleum consumption without using an extraordinary amount of farm land. Please have one of your engineers post a response to the forum.
I think we can all agree that we need alternatives to petroleum. Where we disagree is that you continue to downplay the disadvantages of biofuels and while making up disadvantages of EVs. And you continue to do it in a condescending manner, ignoring facts that are inconvenient to your business.
I fully acknowledge that biofuels will play a niche role where it's energy density makes current and future batteries a non-starter.
For example: The Biofuel Grind | Do the Math
Please stop calling this forum a blog - the two are quite different.
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