Well, first off, it can, judging by the laptimes.
But here’s the kicker. In the first post you’re shocked at the fact that a car that’s built for top speed GT cruising is not very good on a racetrack. In the second post you state that you CLEARLY REALIZE that veyron is a top speed GT car. So… you’re either an idiot who still hasn’t figured out that setting a car up for top speed stability will make it slower on the track and track is something Bugatti was not made for (Even though you’ve been explained that)… or just a very bad excuse for a troll. I’m not sure which one of those are you, or if you’re a mix of both, but you can see why I have no real desire to talk to you or to actually explain why all your complaints are pretty stupid (including the “expensive oil change” one). You’ll understand, won’t you?
IN ANY CASE! Looks who’s here!
Well you’ve had an eventful day. Is that a normal turn of events after you agree with @Speedemon ?
First off the stuff wrong with your post (All of it).
- Fisker Karma is not an electric car it’s a plug in hybrid with a 2 liter engine in it. It does not need to recharge to drive
- The lawsuit was absolutely not about who claimed the first long range car.
- If Fisker was found not guilty then they’re not guilty
You wanted a car company to fail? You sure you’re a car enthusiast?