Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by Briansol, Feb 26, 2015.
The american's are pretty strong here... never thought i'd say that.
Honda.... wtf.... :/
today i really feel less is more. most cars have 20 or more buttons in the center stack. that is rediculous.
Agreed. I don't need a button that changes the intensity of the massage I receive while driving. Just let me turn the heat on and off, please and thank you.
Yeah. I like the minimalistic look of Audi's A3 interior. Kinda plain but clean.
I don't know why they didn't include the 2014 car of the year interior. VW Golf (this picture is the R)
probably figured they covered VW with Audi
How come they didn't use the stupid accord twin screen dash? Lets put a screen here and for shits and giggles put another screen under it.
They forgot the Mazda 6
Yeah the honda/acura deal with the dual screens is weird. But at least its somewhat unique.
The 6 interior does look decent.
of the options in the OP, i would have to go with Ferrari or Mercedes. Both are clean and uncluttered.
fucking nissan is getting absurd with the amount of shit going on in the center.
The Golf R interior isn't even complete. They entirely left out a pedal.
Cadillac is obviously the best, because I can see 5 parts in that picture that cut my paycheck every week.
In all seriousness, Bentley is my favorite. Brass instrument panel accents puts a roll of quarters in my pocket. Ferrari is a close second. I need a steering wheel like that for my Insight. The buttons would be awesome.
Thread jack: I'm hopefully going to be taking a 458 Italia around Las Vegas Motor Speedway in a few weeks.
This is probably the best thread jack I've read in a long time.
They have those groupon things all the time. 4 laps for $100 never seemd worth it to me.
that's literally $100 / mile when going rate for taxes is 45 cents. lol
But how often can you say that you crashed a ferrari and only had to pay $100? I'll hit a wall at 100 mph to see what happens. (obviously not head on, i'm thinking oversteer and back end into a wall) lol
there's actually a line item that says if you crash the car you are responsible/your insurance for the damages
stuffing my truck cost me $20 a month... don't want a ferarri on the plate too lol
and... that. that is why i've never done the "Drive a supercar" at TSMP. i'm not afraid to drive the shit out of something, and there is ALWAYS that possibility of stuffing a car. i'd rather it be one i'm familiar with.
My mom bought me a couple laps in a Ferrari. It took the first lap to get a feel for the car. Next lap for the instructor to get a feel for me (to let me rev it up higher than 4k), and then the third lap was where I was really getting into it. Then pit.
yeah... they are like $125-150 here. seems completely not worth it
Who here would pay $200 to put their peepee into a hot model. Put it in, thrust once and have to pull out.
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