Cut the poor guy some slack.(This may be the only social interaction that he gets ). Anyway, there may be one or more reasons any of us might cancel an order. In my case, that'll happen if the wife doesn't like the actual U.S. version. (She wasn't real keen on the Euro tranny, but maybe I can fix it).one if by land . . . .
Thanks for this important bit of information. We can all sleep better knowing this fact.
my ohio smart event test drive was in the same silver/silver/red, only with top down. and i noticed the same nice Christmas red as you described, on the seats. the dash was a bit faded or red-orange, and hope they will fix it and match the dash closer to the nice red seats.My demo car was the silver/silver/red interior. I remember distinctly that the interior was a cool red...a Christmas red as we in the business call it,
There, I'll say it 2.I don't have an opinion on the red versus orange thing (I'm colorly challenged).
But I do think Mr Cash has been the subject of some unkind treatment these past couple of days. A little bit of live and let live wouldn't go amiss. From my perspective, his posts make me smile and his polls brighten the place up. I think this community is all the richer for having him in it.
There, I said it....
Hooray for white with red interior!You know what is funny, during my reservation, I selected a Black Cabrio with tan interior. After seeing the red interior, I may go with that instead, and since I don't like red interiors on black car's, then I think I will go white on the exterior, and since I'm changing everything, maybe I will go coupe instead of Cabriolet.......
Oh man look at the can of worms a red interior causes....
I guess M-B opted for the basic no-extra-cost silver panels when they chose the red seats:
Not really. Even in non-smog times, muscle cars were only getting around 400hp out of 6.5l engines (60hp/l). Many new , normally aspirated models are now doing much better than that.Smog controls killed the horses.
Let's compare apples to apples. The effective swept volume of a rotary engine is at least twice the specification on a rotor lobe. That being said, the Renesis design (aka Wankel) has been around for over 50 years as well.The Mazda RX-8 gets 255hp out of a naturally asperated 1.3l