Silent burnouts, anyone?
Author: Thomas Browning
The vehicle was to retail for $7,800 in 1961 but cost over $200,000 to armor-up.
BFA’s goal is to ensure sustainable cultivation of materials that go into making bioplastics, which Ford plans to use in its vehicles.
The resource savings seem great.
That’s in Scotland.
That equates to over 8,400 electric-only miles every hour.
The Blue Oval sold a combined 2,179 units to Toyota’s 2,095.