Pretty much guaranteed no redesign for the 2022 model year. My grass roots sources say no Power Dollars for 2022 (given the current state of affairs with production shortages and anticipated high demand). Right now, dealerships are just fine with moving cars above MSRP and no incentives. There's no reason for anyone to slash the price on them when folks are scooping the inventory bare at MSRP or better.Well, September 2021, nothing has changed in the challenger design after a Pandemic (currently), a chips shortage, Stellantis disbanded SRT team, and the higher dealer markups ever. Crazy eh?
So, here is again my question.
Will we see a redesign in 2022?
Wil we see the “Power Dollar” discount again?
What will happen with the Hellcats future?
Okay, when "shorting" a stock or a future, you are buying a "minus one share." Later you can offload this if the market drops, and it will sell because it is "minus one share" at a price higher than the going price. If you buy (going long) the S&P futures at 1400, and it goes up, then you can sell your futures for profit, for example, sell it at 1450, make 50 bucks.I don't think I follow.
Sorry buddy, electric car mean no gas, no V8, no noise, no tie fighter. Let me get you an example here: Ferrari Sound vs Electric SoundI'd buy an electric if it made an actual sound that sounded like a Tie Fighter... and I'm not talking about fake sound through the speakers. Like, make it with a noisy electric motor that sounds like a tie fighter. That might be fun to do burnouts in.