In this issue:
The Founder's Viewpoint
Creating a 21st Century Car Company
More Miles Per Gallon
A Seat for Handicapped Passengers
The Racing Scene
A Toast to a Clever Invention
Friends of DiMora Motorcar
A Bit of History
The $2 Million Name
What Year is That Car?
Luxury Resort Company Orders Fleet
of $2 Million Automobiles
Fasten Your Seat Belts.
This is the inaugural issue of the Insider newsletter-your gateway to DiMora Motorcar's new approach to creating automobiles. These newsletters will give you the opportunity to learn about and participate in an exciting adventure. You will be educated about how our vehicles are designed, built, and tested including all manner of breakthrough technologies. You will have an opportunity to meet the people who are doing the work and to interact with our sponsors. You will be updated on the DiMora Reward$ program, what is showing on DiMora TV, and the latest results from the planned treasure hunt for thousands of prizes-including a $2 million Natalia.
DiMora Motorcar is creating what we believe to be the most incredible automobile ever to roll off the production line. The performance, technology, safety, and beauty of the Natalia SLS 2 sport luxury sedan will set standards unmatched by any other car on the planet.
While the $2 million price will limit the number of people purchasing a Natalia, the rest of us will still be able to experience and enjoy this amazing automobile.
When you look at the history of automotive development, you will find all sorts of innovations that are common on cars today that were expensive or limited to special niches such as racing when they were first introduced. But the early adopters help the inventor in several ways. They provide financial support to continue development, they provide feedback on problems encountered in using the early designs, and they whet the public's appetite for the invention. This often leads to improved versions that come down in price as production increases. The list of now-common car components that followed this path is very long, ranging from starter motors and air conditioning to fuel injection, disc brakes, and GPS navigation systems.