Having a car that is spacious and versatile is essential if you’ve got a young family to transport. And there are few that fit the bill better than the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso, for here is a seven-seat people carrier that has been designed with families firmly in mind, from its comfortable ride and big boot, to the fact its second row features three individual seats each with Isofix mounting points.
There are no falcon doors, there is no Ludicrous Mode, and the company isn’t run by a man fashioning himself after Tony Stark. The center console isn’t comprised of a mega-iPad, and there are no rear-facing jump seats in the trunk. The Nissan Leaf is no Tesla Model S—a brilliant car, made by a fascinating company, and the first image to come to mind when one thinks of electric cars. But in the end, the Leaf may be more likely to succeed.
The return to availability of GM’s Chevrolet Colorado and the GMC Canyon last year gave the midsize pickup market a shot in the arm. Long a staple in what’s now one of the fastest-growing segments in the auto business, the 2015 Toyota Tacoma suddenly looked outdated. For 2016, it had to be more efficient, more comfortable, and more refined.
This week has been particularly good for the car-video obsessed folks among us.
It’s also been particularly good for a squirrel that decided to play chicken with a Lamborghini approaching at full bore. We’ve all seen squirrels attempt Frogger-like suicide runs across busy suburban streets and end up flat in the middle of the road.
So how can a manic run across a track turn out well for the little guy in the video below? Who knows… but he’s definitely earned the title of Luckiest Squirrel in the World.
Follow the jump for that video and more!