We rely on our cars for so much more than we think. And in New York, a city where folks tend not to drive, the car is something that’s somewhat taken for granted. But as we look back at this week through the devastation, seeing it all from the point of view of cars is both saddening and inspirational. We love New York and New York Jersey. We love cars. And we will get through this.
For now, here’s the story of Hurricane Sandy – told by the automobile.
Sandy Started Her Destructive Path Down South
And Made Her Way up the Coast
Cars Helped us Prepare
And Got Some of us out of Harms Way
They Showed us Sandy’s Wrath in ways unimaginable
They Gave Context to How Deep the Water Really Was
And How Vicious
They Left us in a Sickened Awe
And Reminded us how Crippled we are
We Learned that we still have a way to go in how we Engineer Cars of the Future
16 Fisker Karmas were drowned, then set ablaze by Hurricane Sandy at a New Jersey port. Each one of these EVs comes with a $100,000+ price tag, ringing in a total of $1.5 million in damages. Read more here.