In viewing this video for the second time, I discovered something a little odd. Most of the gauges on the dashboard (i.e., rpm, water temp., oil temp. and oil pressure) are all rotated to different degrees. I guess this was done to make the more critical readings easier to see. Look at the 5:07 mark.
Pretty standard for most drivers on the gauges, they rotate them so that on the track up to temp and at speed all the needles would point straight up, no need to see the actual reading at 200 mph, straight up was good. Anything left or right was bad.
At first thought I figured this was satire from The Onion, or some other similar web site. Nope, actually a new feature.
I can't imagine what this will do to the interior materials and glues over time. Something to keep in mind for anyone buying a used service vehicle in the future.
I like all kinds of cars and buy what suits me at the time. I am not very brand-loyal. I've owned many, many GM cars, and have just in the last few years moved to Ford and Mopar. No more GM for me. Here's what I have now:
2008 Ford Shelby GT500
2006 Dodge Charger Daytona