Meath Traffic observed car driving in overtaking lane instead of driving lane,hindering traffic.€60 fine,1 pen point pic.twitter.com/acxT3e7WQS
— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) June 30, 2015
I wouldn’t usually use the product name in the title of a post, but these guys deserve a plug for their engineering skills.
Intake, compression, ignition, exhaust!
There’s a load of videos out there about loading 4+ cars into shipping containers, with some people building frameworks around the cars with timber and other using super-dodgy configs, but this is how I want mine loaded. So Cherman! (Sorry about the potato quality.)
This is pretty long, but if you’re into comedy (particularly technically) it’s very easy to watch; it’s probably the longest thing I’ve watched on YouTube in a few years.
Most interesting fact, for me at least, is that CCGC costs 100k an episode to produce. It sounds like a lot to a pleb like me, but it makes more sense after watching this.
I absolutely love this car — the Audi R8 profile, the Saab Aero X cockpit-style windscreen, the bizarre rear quarters with wonderful flying buttresses, even the engine sounds pretty good, for a V6.
The matching embedded exhausts and tail lights look great, the anthracite alloys with super-thin spokes are gorgeous, the carbon sills on the scissor doors look like something from /r/oddlysatisfying, the mirrors are just wonderful, and the interior looks swish without getting carried away.
They say it’s going into production. Where do I sign up?
(Apologies about the source, I’m not a fan of Shmee but to be fair to him, this was the best overview of the car.)