MemberAugust 24, 2021 at 8:32 am
Interesting comments about twisty mountain roads. That’s exactly the use case that I want the car for. I don’t commute, most of my miles are day trips to VT, ME, NH, Berkshires and RI. Driving along a twisty mountain road or along the seacoast is the whole point of those trips, the Interstate portion is boring and annoying. If the handling is poor under those circumstances that would be a deal breaker. According to Transport Evolve’s latest video that interviews Sandy Munro about the FUV, the torque vectoring feature is a game changer. Apparently the low speed steering on the FUV is awful without it but it’s completely transformed with it. Aptera will be able to do it because or their in wheel motors but in what time frame.