I could've told you putting her in the Mac would incur the ire of vogons - but yeah, "this vehicle isn't safe" always makes me giggle about some of the better built supercars out there (I remember Wheeler going off on journalists and NHSTA for saying not very nice things about his cars, because they lacked airbags and had some other design quirks (which ultimately made them just as safe as any other car on the road)). I love how you seem to get every single instance of Officer Newjack (of the Rhode Island Newjacks) - you'd think they'd communicate and figure out that it's just one guy with 3-4 really exotic cars, and that he isn't a danger given that none of those exotic cars ever come across any reports they have (and likely never will; well, until "the baby" becomes "the teenager" ).
By the time she's old enough to drive, no one will be able to drive them. We'll be running around in little electric-powered tin cans.
The car is completely safe, more safe than the CTS, TBH. Folks simply don't understand the materials and design process. Also, it rocks for baby chauffeuring duty, the doors allow for easier child seat negotiation.
Already in the works, I ordered some of those little suction cup signs today.
We just got through watching it. The Huayra piece makes me want one... really bad. Epic, epic, car.
Edited by Magick Man - 1/28/13 at 7:40pm