https://www.autonews.com/cars-conce...mpaign=20190123&utm_content=article5-readmore Here's a concept, what if a real car company created a better electric mousetrap? One built in a high-tech factory, and not a tent? One with a distribution system called a dealer network, where customers can see and try the car before they buy it, order one to the specifications desired, have it fixed in a timely and reputable manner, and be covered by a real warranty? Then eventually, it can be traded in for a new one, and the pre-owned better electric mousetrap can be legitimately reconditioned and offered as a Certified Pre-Owned unit at OEM specs, not those of Manheim Auto Auctions? Then it can be sold and financed again at this same, magical, place called a dealership where the customer can see it, and drive it home the very same day they pay for it without the 3+ month wait?