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Motorweek Karma Gs-6

The FYI part gives car finance recommendations, Goss' Garage covers the necessity of oil as a coolant, Quick Spin segment with the 2022 Nissan Frontier and Pathfinder, and road test of the 2021 Cadillac Escalade are all included. Next week's episode preview features the Acura MDX and the Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat.

Hello and welcome to the video podcast OSW Review: The Old School Wrestling! We review old WWF (WWE) pay-per-views in chronological order. We are a roundtable podcast, cut to event video footage! Longtime friends and 20+ year wrestling enthusiasts Jay Hunter, Steve (Mr. OOC), and Steve (V1) host the program from Dublin, Ireland. Featured on Botchamania.com and home of WHAT BAR IS HE? , our monthly program concluded with the Hulkamania Era (WrestleMania 1 SummerSlam 92) and transitioned to covering narrative arcs in any wrestling promotion or era, with some Brucie Bonus episodes thrown in for good measure! At the conclusion of each episode, all credits for artwork/music/videoclips are provided (otherwise they were made by Jay for the show). The show's staples include a lot of gaming visuals and music, as well as a lot of Simpsons allusions.

Karma intends to release a fully-electric GSe-6 version of the car, but until then, the GS-6 plug-in is the only option. It is a range extender powered by a 1.5-liter three-cylinder turbo engine and two individual electric motors driving the rear wheels - this reportedly gives it the power to do torque vectoring, but the car was not driven quickly enough in this review to see it in action. MotorWeek calls the GS-6 a stunning car that turns heads, even though it is simply a stepping stone model for Karma Automotive in its quest to sell only electric vehicles. The key debate seems to be whether it is superior than the original Fisker model. Based on the material in this video, it seems so, but we'll hold judgment until we get our hands on one to thoroughly test it.

Level-2 charging takes just approximately 4-hours. We've had mixed experiences with fast charging over the years, but we managed to add 50 miles to the GS-6, which is almost a full charge, in just 20 minutes. Having a motor dedicated to each rear wheel functions as a torque-vectoring differential, altering power distribution to assist its already great handling.

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