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Old 03-07-2014, 01:57 PM   #15
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Nice thing is there is no drivers seat. With the glass cockpit get tired of driving, pass it over and swap the gauges and the passenger is now at the "wheel"

But whats the point? When you loose all of the "feel of the road" I'd rather just let it drive.

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Old 03-09-2014, 06:56 AM   #16
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This is from a Mercedes concept - no steering wheel, no pedals, just the joystick. I could not drive this. Too old to make this big a change.
I wished the car makers would get off the drugs they're taking and quit dreaming up this crap. How are the woman suppose to put on their Make-up. Jim

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Likely could with practice as I adapt well to new systems.. (I mean this laptop is widders 8.1 after all, only messed it up big time once so far).

But that said. I seriously doubt I'd get the kind of control I have with a genuine wheel.

Oh, have driven electric wheelchairs, you drive them with a joy stick.
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That car is a huge jump in the future. Not sure if I'm ready for that yet. Haha
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Old 03-09-2014, 07:35 PM   #19
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It must drive itself -it's going 125 miles per hour at 5700 RPM.

Also looks like it has a side stick (in the door panel) as well as the yoke in the center console.


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