The US headlight regulations did for a lot of cars, e.g. the E-Type Jag's faired-in headlamps had to go, and many other cars with unusual headlamp shapes had to dump them for round ones.recall that the USA never had the 'Swivelling light' version of the DS-or the SM, 'cos of laws on lights.
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easy to fix though, and rarely happens, if maintained-in just the same way as a 'normal, aka, inferior, car!I'd love a tesla. We do a lot of work with electric cars and it's an amazing machine. The ds looks nice but I owned a bx at one time and that suspension is great until it breaks then it can take the brakes, steering and whatever else out with it.
The leasing program starts as low as $500 a month with 10% down according to company….sorta. That is if you factor in a whole bunch of intangibles, along with federal and state tax incentives. It appears as if the actual cost to least the new entry level Model S (60 kWh) still starts at $1,051/month factoring in only the $7,500 federal credit.Excellent question Mark. I wonder what the residual and money factors are?