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- Feb 20, 2020
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2cm might be an emergency in Vancouver (not sure why??? ) but that's still a light dusting to me in southern Ontario the "we all got to experience winter" comment I made the other day was in reference to the 55 cm we got overnight.very true. the cold feels colder. but it doesn't make 2 centimeters of snow an emergency. up here we call that a light dusting.
I still don't get why that means northern Canadians would want a roadster. I am saying even in southern Ontario I would have expected the trucks to be more highly anticipated. And much of Canada has harsher winters than here.lol I'm saying there's a drastic difference in what these areas call 'winter'.
winter sucks either wayI still don't get why that means northern Canadians would want a roadster. I am saying even in southern Ontario I would have expected the trucks to be more highly anticipated. And much of Canada has harsher winters than here.
I kind of feel like while you came across as arguing we are really just saying the same thing.
Why do you think a Roadster can't be driven in the winter? Canadians love their sportscars. In most arctic types of conditions the snow is rarely all that deep and it blows away/sublimes relatively quickly. The superior traction of an EV over traditional sportscars would be welcome when putting the hammer down on a cold, frosty road. And winter is a temporary event in any case.Really? Canadians are waiting for the Roadster? I must be the odd man out. I can't imagine spending all that money on a sportscar that I can't even drive in the winter, but a semi-affordable electric truck sounds about perfect to me. plenty of clearance and AWD, with seating and cargo space galore.... please Elon get me my CT. Hurry up or I may be forced to buy a Silverado EV.
Life is too short to drive a cheap winter beater. Better to just learn how to safely drive in the winter and drive the Quad-motor Cybertruck right through the worst winter storms. I only have one life to live and I don't want to spend it driving beaters that leak toxic gasses into the climate control system or are otherwise compromised. There are always very good reasons why a cheap vehicle isn't worth much. Because people don't want it very much.Everyone got to experience it yesterday.
Even in the GTA sports cars get insurance put on hold and go into storage till spring while the owners pick up a cheap "winter beater" to drive around during the snowy months.