Electrification is the future of driving and the possibility of the return of the Toyota MR2 could bring us an amazing example of this fact.
When a manufacturer creates a product the margins that are experienced are important. The margin is where all the bills get paid, the people get paid and the profits come from. In order to ensure the feasibility of this with products, studies are conducted to come up with the cost of production along with the price that item needs to be offered for sale. In order to lower a selling price or create higher margins for the items being produced, a manufacturer has to find a way to lower the cost of production.
One of the largest public figures in the world that have been considered one of the most macho men in the world is Arnold Schwarzenegger. As a star on the big screen, former bodybuilding champion and former Governor of California, the Terminator needs to have vehicles to drive that fit his personality but also have the ability to work with the direction that California is headed with the desire to have more models offered on the market that are EV or hybrid in nature for the future. While Arnold would look strange in a Prius, he’s turned to one company to help him have the right models to drive and enjoy.
For the past few years, the Tesla Model S has not only been one of the most impressive luxury machines on the road, it’s also made a mark as the fastest car to reach sixty mph. In the P100D format, this car has continuously left others behind, showing off what instant torque can do in a car that’s built to rocket across the line. Now, we may have a new participant in the realm that Tesla has dominated for the past few years and this car might be able to dethrone the Model S.