"Beep" not "Meep"? Interesting.
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(Tesla co-pilot is pointing out it was a Superbird at 9:40.)
Buying an EV is one thing, being able to drive it beyond city limits another...
On a side note, when I was born, I was brought home from the Hospital in a 1974 Plymouth Roadrunner, so even though I have no memory of that car, the Roadrunner has always had a special place in my life.
I like Bluestar.
And I still like Whitestar better than Model S
The world loves to be deceived.
I like Darkstar, Whitestar, and Bluestar as well, but how does the "Tesla T" sound?
PS. The horn on the Plymouth Road Runner made the same "beep-beep" sound as the cartoon. A nice touch, I think.
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It's so obvious! How to call a sedan that's smaller than the "Model S"? It's a "Model s"!
Now that will confuse most car databases!
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