bcbrownell
Bradley Brownell
bcbrownell
Jalopnik contributor with a love for everything sketchy and eclectic.
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One is too big for a sports car. The other is just the right size for a sporty luxury sedan. It’s almost like they were built for two different things.

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30K difference? A base Model S is 69,420. A base Taycan is 72,400 after tax incentive. That’s 3K. 

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There is no Model S available for 64k. Tesla includes “potential fuel savings” in its MSRP which is a fucking lie. 

Jan 19
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Same for same, a base Taycan is a better car than a base Model S. That’s just a fact. 

Jan 19
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He doesn’t have anything to do with Hyperloop. The closest he got was a Model X in a tunnel.

Jan 19
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Boxster Spyder and Panamera Turbo S e-Hybrid are the only two gas Porsches that appeal to me. I’d have a Taycan over either. 

GT3 Touring isn’t available new anymore. The 4-cylinder 718s are not my taste. 992 is too big. 

Jan 18
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The era of start and parkers is pretty much gone, so I’m throwing it back to the time they were most prevalent. The exact number doesn’t really matter, but yeah.

Jan 17
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Yes. Anything capable of more than 30 miles per hour is a motorcycle and requires licensing. 

Jan 15
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Does Corvette Racing have eight Le Mans wins, or are you just considering them to be losers, too?

Jan 15
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Mario Andretti teamed with Bob Wollek and Éric Hélary to finish first in the WSC class, second overall, at Le Mans in 1995 driving a Courage C34.