We get A LOT of e-mail here at Golf is Hard TV, and usually, the spam and product pitches hit meet our delete button. Mostly.
Sometimes though, we get something that strikes us as funny or out of control enough that we feel the need to share.
So we’re sharing this doozy.
Here’s the basics. For around $18,000 you too can get a “golf car” (please don’t say cart) that has a built-in refrigerator and let’s you customize the color (Can I get mine painted in mud color with flaps?).
Our favorite part of the e-mail is where they compare the golf car(t) to an actual automobile, which for whatever reasons struck us as funny.
Built to the highest standards of the automotive industry The Garia features a double wishbone front suspension similar to those found in sports cars and inspired by Formula 1 cars. The drive train is built by an Italian company that also produces Ducati gearboxes. The aluminum profiles in the frame are made by the same company that supplies aluminum profiles to Aston Martin, Jaguar and Volvo. Hydraulic brakes on all four wheels with discs in the front and drums at the rear. The Garia is manufactured at the Valmet Automotive factory in Finland, manufacturer of the Porsche Cayman and Porsche Boxster.