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TheJode
TheJode

The BMW i3 is stinkin ugly, but the Model X is beautiful and looks angry. It's based off the Model S chassis and have will AWD. The falcon wing doors are designed to be very practical. If you have a lower than normal garage roof, it could be a problem. But then again, the doors have proximity sensors as well as memory allowing them to partially open.

Mady Marcouiller
Mady Marcouiller

jolie les salons la bas il faut en prendre de la graine n estce pas les organisateurs

Brad Brightwell
Brad Brightwell

Its on truck trend because its an suv most likely on a TRUCK frame

Josh Mecham
Josh Mecham

What normal person can afford a Tesla?

Ümit Kara
Ümit Kara

yeni arabamı beğenen arkadaşlarım yorum yapsın

Steve Bower
Steve Bower

Wonder how much they paid ford for the design??

Robert Paxton
Robert Paxton

An article about nothing. All fluff no content. Car is still a few years off, and they might build a smaller sedan in 5 years. Move along, nothing to see here

Jack Stout
Jack Stout

Why is this truck trend material?

Matt Overstreet
Matt Overstreet

Gull-wing doors typically take less room to open than regular doors.

Joe Richards
Joe Richards

Steven Nieschulz The people who put it down know they will never be able to afford one.

Chris Bureau
Chris Bureau

I want to get this SUV, thats if I hit lotto big time

Gary Morris
Gary Morris

Its nice but winter going to be a pain.

Chad Cearley
Chad Cearley

Would suck in a roll over with those doors.

Pauly Zee
Pauly Zee

Would suck in a parking garage too I bet. Lol

Pauly Zee
Pauly Zee

The goofy doors just to draw attention is a lil over the top in my opinion.

TheJode
TheJode

The same people that buy high-end Mercedes, BMW, Audi, Lexus, Jaguar, Porsche, etc. Get a good education, get a good job, save up, and you too might be able to afford one.

TheJode
TheJode

This was out WAY before the i3, and i3 is hideous. This is beautiful.

TheJode
TheJode

It's coming out in a year, 1st quarter 2015. The Model E will be here last quarter of 2017 or sometime 2018.

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