I drove the new Walmart electric car last week.
And it’s a hell of a car.
It’s powered by the electric motor that powers the vehicle itself, so you get a lot of power on a charge.
It even has a rechargeable battery pack that’s not as small as it looks, thanks to its compact size.
The cabin light panel is also light, thanks in part to the new color scheme, and there’s also a big headlamp, a heated steering wheel, and a full-size steering wheel with a large wheel for the driver to use, along with pedals and an infotainment system.
And because of the electric motors and batteries in the car, you can take it for a spin around town and even run errands on a charging station.
But the best part about this car is how well it performs.
Walmart says the vehicle is able to travel 100 miles on a single charge and reach a top speed of 62 mph (96 kph), which is faster than the average electric car.
The Walmart car has a top gear speed of 63 mph (100 kph) and a top weight of 8.8 pounds (3.5 kilograms).
And it weighs only 2,000 pounds (1,400 kilograms).
Walmart says the battery pack is a 12 kWh (3 kWh) pack, which is a lot more than the typical 16 kWh battery pack.
You can also charge it in an electric car, too.
The car is available with a 30 kWh (14 kWh) or 60 kWh (25 kWh) battery pack, and it can charge in your car for $2,500 (about $4,300 for the base model).
But I found that Walmart’s base model of the Walmart electric vehicle comes with only 2.8 kWh of capacity, which means you can only drive it for 15 minutes at a time.
And you can charge it for up to 30 hours on a full charge.
And that’s really, really cool.
So far, I’ve driven the car around and I’ve only had a few minor issues.
The only issue that I’ve had with the car is that it doesn’t get very cold.
When I got in the vehicle, I didn’t feel the car getting warm, which was disappointing, but I did find that it did start to get a bit cold once the sun came out and it got a little cold at night.
Walmart also says that the car’s battery is durable, and the driver can use it for hours on end without the car overheating.
The battery is rechargeable, and you can use the battery to recharge a battery pack for the car to recharge in the same way you would with a regular electric car’s electric battery.
And if you want to charge it again, you just plug it in to the wall and plug it back in.
I didn, however, have a problem with the battery.
I’ve always had a couple of problems with charging the car in my garage.
One is that the battery doesn’t last as long as it should.
If I plug it into the wall, it just goes from being about 50% full to being about 70% full in about 30 minutes.
And when I plug the car into the charger, it seems to only get about 5% full.
Walmart says that it’s working on a fix, but they didn’t give any specifics.
So if you do want to take a Walmart electric EV for a test drive, you might want to be prepared to get your wallet out and get your gas price down.
And I wouldn’t recommend taking a Walmart EV for an extended trip.
I drove a Tesla Model S in my last trip to Las Vegas and I wasn’t a fan of the vehicle.
The Tesla Model X, a plug-in hybrid car, is a bit more expensive, but it’s still better than the Walmart model, and if you’re looking for a great bargain, the Walmart EV is a great value.
But for most people, the Walmarts EV will be a nice option.
The base model comes with a 3,500-mile (6,500 km) warranty, and Walmart says you can get a 15-minute charge for $3,500.
But if you plan on driving the vehicle a lot, the $4.99 per mile (or $3.79 per kilometer) rate will be too expensive.
And Walmart also doesn’t offer a 12-month or 20-month warranty.
The bottom line?
The Walmart electric can run you about $10,000 to $15,000.
And even though it’s an all-electric car, Walmart also offers a range of vehicles that can go farther.
You could buy an electric Jeep Wrangler for $6,000 (roughly $9,500 for the basic model), an electric Range Rover for $7,000, or a hybrid SUV for $9-10,500, all with a 12-, 15-, or 20-, month of