Power seats are high tech? A motor and a switch?
you've missed the point completely...i was responding to a person who said high tech belongs in super cars and top end luxury...but there was a time that power windows, power mirrors,power seats, a/c, irs, etc (all the things i listed and way more not listed)...were all high tech items at one point and now they are not fads but common place on cars and not a fad, that went away when youth got older and apparently wised up to where much better authorities knew what was a fad or not, because youh is stupid (i hope you sense the seething sarcasim).
im willing to bet that poster would not have a challenger with out those things...i dont hear him dissing the evic readout as a fad or steering wheel controls as a fad...but because apparently the challenger would never have gadets or high tech items, because those are fads and the challenger is true to it roots and sets the precident for the future of all cars, that want to be "muscle", so no items in it that were high tech at one point or high tech now. im pretty sure a screen that tells you your timed stats is actually esstential to driving and not a gadget...god knows the old muscle cars had those on them *rollseyes*
and out of all the things i listed, power seats was all you picked out, it was one example admist a dozen that i thought of in 5 secs to prove cars have massive technology behind them, including the challenger and that technology started in high end cars and are now common place and were NOT fads and are actually considered must haves on cars produced now a days.
Hell there was a time when radios put in cars was a high tech feature and then other ways to listen to music, now blue tooth streaming from your phone can play music or pandora apps...i bet all this will fade and we will go back to no stereo at all in a car (again sarcasim).
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