one is German, one is ugly and takes design cues from Chrysler 200 and one doesn’t really exist.
again 2 cars that don’t exist, one comes from a company that just had to recall every EV they made and the other can’t make a roof stay on on anything they released in the recent past.
And the whole “beavers” thing, personally i got tired of the whole grill argument. It’s the same whining when Audi went big grill, Acura’s “beak”, etc. It’s out of the “we had nothing to bitch about so we are going to nitpick at the stupidest things” category.
I’m a bit of an audio snob, so I got these over the Sonos. After moving 4 times since I got them, it’s really a pain in the ass to uninstall them and reinstall them. Really wish I saved the money and the headache.
Love my Sonos systems. Wouldn’t say they’re the best EVER, but they sound pretty damn good. My Playbar + 2 rears + sub is IMMERSIVE. The Move, a “portable” speaker, has deep bass and good clarity. I don’t think they make a bad product.
Now, is it better than B&O or HK, that I couldn’t say…
I bet it was cheaper with Sonos making all kinds of cost concessions to get into an Audi. And Audi needed to keep the costs low to get under a certain MSRP threshold, match made in heaven for the bean counters.
I like it and I think configured the way I want it puts it in line price wise with the Model Y after you factor in the $7500 federal tax incentive. I will say with the Tesla you are getting a better charging network, more power, and better software, but with my current Bolt I’ve used a CCS charger 1 time in my year of leasing so that makes charging network a nonfactor.