Everyone pointing out the invalid assumptions of this study is missing the point. This research isn't about actually improving anything. It's about someone getting their MS or PhD and a couple professors getting their names on something to keep their publication rate up. Academia has no requirement for research to be useful. MIT is no different.
I'm sure having a nice job at Uber lined up is one of the goals as well.
Real world mileage with the SL and SW series was generally nothing short of amazing.
Yeah, but how was the oil mileage? Ho ho!
*Former SC2 owner
I used to be one of the people that thought the increased alcohol content would ruin gaskets, hoses, and cylinder walls, but the auto industry has already addressed it years ago.
Yes, this is mainly going to affect those with vehicles older than say, 15 years or so.
> apparently they didn't like the change in my IP address.
This did not happen.
Right? I use a Japanese VPN all the freakin' time. It's a tossup as to whether or not I'll appear in the US or Minato-ku, Tokyo. Still no account issues.
iPhones could be made completely in the US and Apple could charge the exact same price for them as they do now and the only difference is Apple's profits would go from ridiculously obscene to only slightly obscene.
Whoa, buddy. You're talking about affecting America's first class citizens: shareholders. What next? A decent wage increase for the middle class? You're mad!
The Shuttle is now going five times the sound of speed. -- Dan Rather, first landing of Columbia