In the end of the news, they stated an October update that mention the co2 and EV range cut due to Covid-19... surely not telling all the story.Numerous mentions of "up to 34 miles" on the LR website. I haven't checked to see if this article dated April has been changed or always been 34:
BESTSELLING EVOQUE AND DISCOVERY SPORT SUVS NOW AVAILABLE AS PLUG-IN HYBRIDS WITH ALL-ELECTRIC RANGE OF UP TO 55KM□ | Land Rover International HomepageThe new Range Rover Evoque P300e PHEV and Land Rover Discovery Sport P300e PHEV are available to order now at www.landrover.commedia.landrover.com
Yes, using archive.org the LR blurb I linked to did previously state "41 miles":Prior to this whole debacle it was 41, this has been revised to 34 for all specs.
A couple of wise guys. Did you actually study the English language?I was thinking the same thing.
I sense that it would be even better if JLR ceased trading completely and went right down the pan.
As a proud British patriot, I wish JLR every possible success. But it's not going to achieve it without some serious changes.
I'm still struggling to answer that, because I believe that one first needs to take a stance on the existence of God. I find the notion of a just God appealing but, like most people, too improbable to countenance. You only have to look at the fossil record to see the problem. Unfortunately, our present experiment with secularism (since the Enlightenment) appears to be leading rapidly towards society's self-destruction, particularly in the West. Is there a universal, emergent, secular morality that we might harness? If so, who decides what it should include? There are far too many ignorant and noisy voices competing to be heard at present. Would war would bring some order? As a student of Nietzsche, I find his arguments for nihilism extremely persuasive, but shocking in the extreme. But without God to light the way, might this be our ultimate destiny? The answer to your question is therefore that I do not know why I am here: just like everybody else on planet Earth.Why are you here?
That's the internet! Some will update and others won't...What's going to happen to all the sites still pushing out misleading performance and emissions info?
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