My wife isn't vegan but it's the only option for things like wine that typically are made with animal by-products in the creation process. And even finding wines that certify as vegan is incredibly difficult. Hell, there are plenty that probably are but since they don't certify there is no way to know.
EDIT: Complaing that it's called "vegan" is a lot of old man yelling at clouds. A word exists top convey exactly what it is. There is no real reason to invent another.
And, let's be honest, you know Fisker is targeting these kind of people with a full EV.
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I much prefer a good cloth over. leather...however, that's hard to come by these days.
If the animal is already being eaten for its tasty beef, why not use the hide? Seems like it would be pretty wasteful to not use all of the animal.
After reading about the subscription program I was fully against it BUT now that I've thought about it for a bit it kind of makes sense. It seems that more and more people don't want to own a car. I get it. It's a lot of money, up keep, depreciation, etc and the majority of the driving public doesn't really care about the car they drive as long as it meets their needed criteria. I've always kept cars a really long time, for the most part, but this model does kind of intrigue me.
How do vegans feel about oil? It comes from dead dinosaurs, and those were animals.
So quite frankly I think anyone with rubber tires on their car who shouts "vegan this vegan that" is full of sh*t.
It has always seemed odd to me that a rapidly depreciating Ford Taurus would be lined with the skins of a formerly living being(s).
That just feels upside down on the Karma index.
You think it's dumb? That's not rational.
There are plenty of people, like my wife, that appreciate the companies go to the effort of specifically saying they are vegan because there is no ambiguity.