Surrender Joe Is Thrilled By Hummer EV Or Something

Joe took a long fossil fueled flight to Michigan, and we know how many planes it takes to move POTUS. And then the parade of vehicles. All for

(Fox2 Detroit) President Joe Biden, a self-proclaimed car guy took GM’s new electric Hummer for a spin – before speaking to a crowd at Detroit’s newest plant where it was built.

“God it is good to be back in Detroit – and that Hummer is one hell of a vehicle,” he said.

The self-proclaimed car guy isn’t just saying that – Biden took GM’s new electric Hummer for a spin – before speaking to a crowd at Factory Zero – Detroit’s newest plant where it was built.

Biden used the factory as a backdrop to bolster his plan to electrify vehicles by 2035, but to promote the bipartisan infrastructure law that was just passed and the Build Back Better plan – he believes will create an economy to help make that happen.

Yes, because we can all afford that, right? I guess if we’re getting 10 to 20 year loans. That’s beyond the price of most luxury cars.

But to do that – Biden called out GM CEO Mary Barra and claimed corporations would have to do their part.

“They ain’t paying enough – sorry Mary (Barra),” he quipped. “here’s the deal, I am a capitalist. If you are able to make a million, a billion dollars, do it, it is good for everybody – but pay your fair share.”

He’s a capitalist, right. Yet, he’s attempting to force everyone into an EV, whether they want them or not. This guy and his people are completely out of touch with the average citizens of the nation. It takes hard work to be this bad.

Then we have

The all-electric Fisker Ocean SUV debuts with a rotating screen from Foxconn

Electric vehicleFoxconn’s fingerprints are all over one of the central details in the upcoming all-electric Fisker Ocean SUV.

The company unveiled the production-intent version of the Fisker Ocean SUV on Wednesday at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

The electric vehicle — Fisker’s first — will have a distinctive 17.1-inch central screen made by Foxconn that can rotate from portrait mode to landscape, which the automaker has dubbed “Hollywood mode.” This Hollywood mode is for the driver and passengers to watch movies or play games when the vehicle is parked and charging.

Cool, a giant display screen for watching movies while it takes a long time to charge the vehicle.

Fisker plans to offer four trims, in 14 possible colors, starting with the base-level Sport priced at $37,499 — before incentives or taxes. The Sport, which has a peak 275 horsepower, will have an estimated range of 250 miles on a single charge using lithium-ion phosphate battery cell chemistry supplied by CATL.

That’s still not affordable for most consumers. I can go further in a top end Civic with all the bells and whistles for $10k less.

Don’t get me wrong. I want to reiterate that I am not against them. I’m not a big fan of the smog from fossil fueled vehicles. But, EVs have to actually compete.

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