Gallery: TEST DRIVE: Inhabitat Conquers Range Anxiety in the All-Electr...

 
The only truly confusing thing on our test car was the efficiency meter on the left of this top display, which is a dial over a pine tree shape that is supposed to "grow leaves" as you drive more efficiently. It doesn't make a lick of sense in the real world, and you will ignore it.

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  1. jdub April 20, 2012 at 4:14 pm

    The headlights protrude for a reason; they help prepare the airstream for the turbulence encountered by the rear view mirrors. This feature actually improves the aerodynamics of the car and improve fuel economy.

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