I get that it's supposed to be a performance car, but I would have rather tham have spent the time figuring out how to use the BOSE stereo system to incorporate the well-renowned BOSE Noise Cancelling technology to reduce tire and road noise. That's a feature that would improve the driving experience a lot more often and for a lot more people. This just sounds like more weight, more parts to break, and more time and money spent by engineers on edge case software features rather than on core functionality... Who needs to pick from a multitude of fake rev limiter sounds for their drive to the grocery store?
Like other comments mentioned,it is useless....like lots of things. But consumer is always right and if that is the path for a company to squeeze even more profit from mindless consumers,of course they will do it.
why fool ourself with multi-million research of nothing-ness ??? the N line is destined to be performance, so better cut all the cosmetics towards core of performance with those multi-millions spendings
It's amazing how much added complexity and decreased performance is required to satisfy the ego of a "car guy"
They can't admit that their granny-shifting skills add nothing, but they have to have a car that pretends to lose torque so they can tap a few useless buttons like a video game
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