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China has an advantage, being a totalitarian government. Economic decisions can be made swiftly, changes in monetary or production policies can be decided at the stroke of a pen, and the threat of imprisonment or disgrace is a great motivator to exceed your company's business goals.
First thing I'd do (just a guess) is pull the multi-function stalk switch and examine the wiring harness carefully, as well as the connector that plugs the stalk wiring into the main harness, in the steering post area. You'd want to disconnect your NEG battery cable when you're messing around in there.
Might be ok if it had real machine guns.
Yeah, ok, but SNL was funny back then.
"sustainable" and capitalism have not traditionally been the most comfortable of bedfellows---although I do think the two are compatible in certain cases (agriculture, for instance)....but "mining" is mining, after all.
Seems to me the major marketing point for EVs is economical cost to run, and "future tech"--the Apple sort of thing.
Let's be honest about it, at any rate. EVs aren't cheap to buy, and they aren't "green". It might be arguable that polluting a desert or remote rural area is better than polluting a city, but that's not how the desert or countryside feels about it.
You don't get something for nothing in the world ruled by physical laws. Only in ad agencies.