That is a necessity as a mechanical backup because the vehicle must not move if it loses power. It is safer for an EV to be immobile without power than roll easily.Nice article, and an explanation that pertains to another thread:
It actually only has one physically engaged “gear,” so to speak: Park. There’s a latch that will ensure it can’t move when in park........
He is a very brillant engineer, and as many engineers are curious (I include myself), he is eager to test a competitive product and analyze the differences between Android Auto and Apple's Car Play. I use Android in my Samsung phones, but I have tested (and repaired) iPhones years ago.The Woz admits he will try out Android Auto soon in the comments! #hellhasfrozenover
Interesting article, but boy is it ever riddled with incorrect words.I didn't see this posted yet - not a long article but has some nice pics.
I don't know where they got the 0-60 MPH in 6.2s, but anything in that area is very fast. Needs higher performance tires!More in-depth Techcrunch article on the Bolt: https://techcrunch.com/2017/01/24/driving-the-2017-chevrolet-bolt-ev/