Source: Carbon Motors
quote: So, with that said, I'd love to see their lives made easier and efficiency increased with a vehicle like this. Officers are more than worth it.
quote: How can an improved vehicle add to an "oppressive police state"?
quote: ....I'd love to see their lives made easier and efficiency increased with a vehicle like this. Officers are more than worth it.
quote: funding the oppressive police state we seem to be moving toward in this country?
quote: This car is really great, but its far more expensive upfront. I think Carbon Motors was predicting 60,000-80,000 intro price.
quote: Or is this just another Solyndra loan...
quote: no, we owe none of that credit to NASA, who has seen their funding sliced into a billion little shreds for the sake of "the free market".
quote: Solyndra was a tiny scratch on otherwise flawless paint job.
quote: HAHAHA, buddy, what are you selling here!? Flawless??
quote: Pretty funny considering Obama was reading Reagan's bio at the beginning of this year on one of his many vacations while Rome burns:
quote: Not every venture can be done by "market forces". Certain high risk and large scale projects need public backing. At least this is a loan with the intent of having it paid back.
quote: If this was a defense contractor making a new vehicle for the military would you still complain as loudly? Probably not.
quote: Another dofus on Anandtech that doesn't seem to understand the concept of public/private partnerships.
quote: Should probably go with the sixes, fellas, fuel costs and whatnot. And the higher the speed in a pursuit, the greater the danger to the public.