The Milk Float Thread


#141

My deepest sympathies.


#142

I’ll keep a weather eye open for a brown Leaf driving erratically.


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#145

It’s very spacious. The seats have the amazing facility to slide backwards away from the dashboard.


#146

Why’s it got a regular car battery there, surely that’s not required over and above the main battery pack??


#147

The main battery powers the motor and the heating and climate control. The normal battery is for everything else.


#148

That is the main battery pack, what Jack failed to read in the small print was the revised range of 600 metres per charge.


#149

Haha, yes that’s the real reason!


#150

Why is it amazing - it doesn’t have a proper engine so the bulkhead can be about a metre further forward :+1:


#151

You wouldn’t get that on a Volvo…


#152

You could have probably got a 95 plate mk2 Astra with 3 months mot for the same amount.


#153

Yeah, right. I suppose that’s the same dealer that was advertising Faberge eggs for £15 a dozen?


#154

You might well be able to Stu. But the average driver can’t handle the power of the Mk2 Astra. It would be like giving a flying student a Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird for his first lesson. Not recommended.


#155

Tesla Model3 going into production v soon.


#156

Could well shake the big boys up a bit.


#157

Reading Elon Musk’s biography ATM, very interesting.


#158

Apparently Volvo are going to produce loads of milk floats soon.

Better have brown interiors too…


#159

Electric AND brown ? This may cause me to rethink my lack of belief in Sky Faeries :heart_eyes:


#160

Don’t forget the spacious interior…:worried: