19.
 
Re: Morning Mobilization
Sep 14, 2017, 15:01
19.
Re: Morning Mobilization Sep 14, 2017, 15:01
Sep 14, 2017, 15:01
 
Simon Says wrote on Sep 13, 2017, 21:57:
eRe4s3r wrote on Sep 13, 2017, 17:52:
Won't happen anyway, since these US companies might wanna sell their cars not just in the USA And so the cars would always be regulated, by the EU, by Canada etc.

Possible, but I'd never underestimate the companies capacity to cut corners everywhere they can to siphon even mere nickles and dimes. Intrinsic obsolescence as well as programmed obsolescence proved this without the shadow of a doubt.

All they need to do is have the assembly line "skip" a few steps here and there for the cars shipped to Canada VS those shipped to the US, or Europe VS America, which they already do since the regulations are far more stringent in EU VS CA/US right now and there ARE differences in the same models found in EU VS those in CA/US.

Heck since they'll be self-driving cars they can even remove a few lines of codes and/or disable a few features and voilà! Much more dangerous cars on US roads all to save a few nickles and dimes here and there on the cars.

Well, before the diesel scandal I would have laughed at that idea, but I can't deny that it's possible they actually do that. But will they really do it and suffer the other car makers from rubbing salt in that wound always and everywhere?
Avatar 54727
Date
Subject
Author
1.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
2.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
4.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
5.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
8.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
14.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
10.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
3.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
6.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
7.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
9.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
15.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
16.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
 19.
Sep 14, 2017Sep 14 2017
   Re: Morning Mobilization
17.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
18.
Sep 14, 2017Sep 14 2017
11.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
12.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017
13.
Sep 13, 2017Sep 13 2017