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With its Premium designer label three piece suit, this R35 need not go fast to do its thing (but it still does)

Are we stoked yet? As the actual release date draws near the actual shape and nature of ‘it’ began to manifest itself more and more clearly, or more and more accurately, and we’d be left abdicating our current rides in favor of ‘it’. Now what might you ask ‘it’ is? Err new iPhone 20 maybe, or some brand new portable washing machine that recycles water clean enough for you to drink, or maybe a handy laptop that, via a ‘yes’ command transforms into a bicycle. Phew! Such is the nature of progress!

In any case the ‘it’ in this case is of course the R35’s successor which at this moment in time is designated as the R36. And just like that I‘d gone off the grid and began scrolling down the Virgin Galactic website for some ‘uncharacteristic’ daydreaming; what do you think? What might the next R35 have to do with venturing into Space? Not a damn thing upon first impression but within a few moments of deep reflection it soon becomes clear, like crystal 4K resolution clear, like that. Alas, for those who’re still in the dark on the subject some sort of meditative process is necessary, so start meditating.

Meditating and or some form of outer body experience aside we can at least correlate the speedy nature of the R35, excuse me the R36 with going into space could we not? We can also ‘extrapolate’ the inherent prowess of the speediest Nissan with a rocket ship, going ballistic and all. Or maybe I’m just milling about right here at the beginning part just to extend this feature, as in adding words and sentences where none were required. Yeah well, it is a conundrum of sort albeit an unavoidable one.

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