But likely not that hard to steal if you had been paid to drive one.
Likely would get noticed, but I bet most would assume there
was some anti terrorist operation going on or maybe even a
full coup and they would just yawn and carry on regardless.
One yank did get a bee in his bonnet about something,
built a full armoured bulldozer and then proceeded to
demolish half the town with it. Took quite a bit of stopping.
Look at the pictures again:
The shape of the lights match, as does the profile of the rear bumper. Now
compare the relative sizes / positions of the 'Hyundai' and 'Tucson' badges
in the two images.
Now look at a couple of pictures an i40:
Looking at this version of the image:
hicle registration looks like EK66RWO.
On 24/03/2017 11:07, email@example.com wrote:
Although the reg in that photo stills looks more like EX to me I agree
it could be EK66RWO which is indeed shown by Halfords
as an HYUNDAI TUCSON CRDI SE NAV BLUE DRIVE 1685cc DIESEL, 5 Door ESTATE
The press don't help. They report it as both a Tucson and as an
i40. Sometimes in the same article :(
reply-to address is (intended to be) valid
The pictures are taken at different angles in very different light. What yo
u see as the metalwork above the number plate not matching is down to; ligh
t, reflections and angles. If you take the two images and overlay them (sca
led so the Hyundai badges in the middle of the boot are the same size), you
will see that they are the same i.e. it's a Hyundai Tucson.
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