Today’s post comes from Wally of Wally’s Intimida, home of the Sherpa SUV. It’s a mighty big car!
Greetings, Road Hogs!
After reading yesterday’s comments on driving, I know most of you are not actually “road hogs”, but you each could become one if only you had the right set of wheels.
Wally here to remind you that the Sherpa from Intimida is still the world’s widest, tallest, longest and heaviest passenger car .
And that’s saying something at a time when car designers are obsessed with “lightweighting” their products. They take steel out of a vehicle’s frame and replace it with aluminum, carbon fiber, and carbon fiber reinforced composites (CFRC’s).
By doing this, it’s possible to improve gas mileage, drive-ability and customer acceptance.
But so what? Some things are so basic to your identity that they should never be changed, and for the Sherpa one of those key things is heft!
No, we’re not embarrassed by weight.
That’s why Intimida engineers always opt for the heaviest, densest materials available. The frame is made out of steel-reinforced steel and skyscraper-construction-grade I-beams. Our paint is made from a paste created when crushed bedrock is combined with super-strong limpet teeth by melting both ingredients in blast furnaces as hot as the sun.
The reason is simple – a car as big as a mountain doesn’t need to get good gas mileage. Because it’s such a massive object, the Sherpa has stronger gravity than everything around it, so people and things just naturally come to it.
But when you do start it up and decide to go somewhere, the world will take notice! That’s because a Sherpa is designed to be impressive, meaning it leaves a permanent scar on the landscape.
That’s why so many crumbling highways are closed shortly after an Intimida Sherpa passes through.
Yes, you did that. But you pay taxes, so get your money’s worth!
So if a lightweight car is what you want, there are plenty of options out there. But if you want to turn heads, collapse bridges and cause earthquakes wherever you go, there’s only one choice for you – the Sherpa from Intimida.
It’s a mighty big, profoundly heavy car!
Come see me today – my office is right in the middle of a Mountain Range of Cars!
About what are you unapologetic?