Death's at the doorstep of the Mustang again....
The U.S. built, Chinese EV Touring Car
As you may have noticed that Qiantu does fit nicely into our layout as we were in need of some more companies to add to our Q page. Qoros was getting lonely. But now it seems that dream has come true for both of us, as the Qiantu K50 EV touring car is moving forward.
Now we wouldn't think that this would be odd, but where they are going to build this model is. Just like Acura did with the NSX, Qiantu will build their EV touring car stateside. Yes we did say the right, as it seems that Qiantu wants to meet U.S. safety standards to ensure that their car can hit the American market as soon as possible. And if you don't think that's odd at all, you might want to look back at all the other fail American attempts by Chinese firms.
Well when you really think about it, what really makes a truck a truck. Sure payload and towing capacity come to mind along with a rough and rugged vehicle. But what really makes a truck, a truck. Well for starters you might want to look at what you see in your rear view mirror when ones behind you. Yes that big chrome grille is what really makes a truck, a truck. Sure you can make it tow a lot and call it a truck, but really if it doesn’t have a big in your face grille on the front they its not really a truck.
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