Sometimes we read the news and follow our imagination, as LeVar Burton taught us on Reading Rainbow. Today, for some reason, our imagination took us to 2011’s Skyrim. We are not complaining.
Tevva has moved its 7.5-ton electric delivery truck from concept to mass production. Its 140-mile range and 5ish-hour recharge time interest last-mile and urban delivery providers. The company has a hydrogen-electric truck planned for later this year—the hydrogen feature extends the range to 354 miles and takes about 10 minutes to refill.
Many of us got our first taste of what mass production means at the anvil in Whiterun. So many daggers… so few bandits.
Chevy's Corvette E-Ray will have a steal mode feature. Which, as it sounds, will make the already quiet electric powertrain operate even more quietly. Just how quiet? We don't know. Full details will come later this month.
Sneaking is fundamental to adventuring. Until it isn’t.
Lamborghini broke its sales record in 2022, and it sold out until 2024. 9,233 Lambos were sold worldwide, a 10% increase over the previous best year. More than half were the Urus SUV.
Speech can get you into or out of a lot of places… but we doubt even 100 speech could talk us into a Lambo. That seems like a decision that would require some premeditation and spousal consultation.