Small specialty commuter cars strike me as a mistake for a major producer like F. I suppose you have to experiment and keep up on technology, but does this get F anywhere they want to be? In the U.S. market this idea is misfit (my opinion) but in Asia, especially, where population and smog are dense and roads are narrow this might give F broader appeal. Price being in the realm of reasonable, of course. On a tangent, how are we doing in figuring out what to do with all the battery-related waste when these cars close out their life cycles, whether by crash, by age or by obsolescence? KennyO
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