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That's still a bit niche right now.
Given the number of systems operating semi-independently, implemented using general-purpose microcontrollers/CPUs rather than having their logic implemented in hardware, it seems a bit short-sighted to be relying on physical access to every single car to deliver the updates. VW, I am dissappoint.
Laterally stiff, vertically compliant... is it a softtail, or is the effective chainstay length going to vary under load instead?
Council of the European Union: Ministers of member countries
European Council: leaders of member countries.
European Parliament: members chosen by the electorate of each country.
European Commission: The executive branch led by the College of Commissioners (one per member state), comprising about 32k civil servants spread across numerous Directorate-Generals.
We don't complain about not electing the heads of Her Majesty's Civil Service.
I'd guess that Tesla has the ability to identify issues by statistical analysis of data logged by the vehicles, since it's known that the onboard systems log so much they wear their eMMCs out. Whether they do this or not is another matter, but I doubt any non-EV production road car holds as much historical data vs just flagging codes in an ECU.
Edit: Never mind,missed a page.
Roof scoop next. or PIAA quad spots?
About £17k, plus how much to own it after 3 years?
Before. Use it after and you'll rinse the fluoride off. Which would be counter-productive.
Most mouthwashes contain fluoride.
Good point. I didn't have a long look, but am confused by the legislation, both France and UK rules states a quadricycle can't be >350kg, yet the Ami is 485kg with battery.
Light quads (L6e): 425kg unladen, excluding fuel/battery
Heavy quads (L7e): 450kg unladen, excluding fuel/battery
Heavy quads (L7e) for goods: 600kg unladen, excluding fuel/battery