Techno blunder.

Discussion in '2001 Honda Dualnote Concept' started by Wheelman, Aug 9, 2002.

  1. I figure, the more useless electronics you pack into a car, the more there is that can blow up in your face. You wait and see. Cars will become like computers, obsolete in 6 months, and constantly needing upgrades and anti-virus software.

    As far as Hondas go, especially new concepts, this is actually a pretty decent design. I'm not too sure about this hybrid engine rubbish. If they need an eco-fuel, they should employ some methanol or alchohal. It is a pretty sleek car, though.
     
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    ALCOHAL? ok.... i see u graduated.
     
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    can u say.....$100,000...and with more gadgets that can break, maintenance will be expensive...the 3.5l engine is the best idea, imo<!-- Signature -->
     
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    Just remember things we find useless today we couldn't imagine not having tomorrow. I know that whenever my interenet goes down at the office I feel lost.... <IMG SRC="http://www.supercarforums.com/servlets/cMsg/html/emoticons/smile.gif">
    Let's just hope Honda builds with its usual reliability and finds a way to bring the price down.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    I think we gotta get our head outta this techno shit aged cars, and return back to driving =)
    I mean what sounds better than an fossil fuel engines giving good revs and power =)

    Also, isn't more pleasurable to drive when you're paying attention to the road and not all the damned gizmos. I'm not criticizing technologu cuz I'm a tech head too, but when it comes to driving, I like pure driving =)

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    Agreed, I think that is why companies like Lotus never put anything fancy in their cars (like ABS and stuff). Driving pleasure is about driving, not working with an oversized playstation. <!-- Signature -->
     
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    2 many engines<!-- Signature -->
     
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    <b>I figure, the more useless electronics you pack into a car, the more there is that can blow up in your face. You wait and see. Cars will become like computers, obsolete in 6 months, and constantly needing upgrades and anti-virus software.

    As far as Hondas go, especially new concepts, this is actually a pretty decent design. I'm not too sure about this hybrid engine rubbish. If they need an eco-fuel, they should employ some methanol or alchohal. It is a pretty sleek car, though.</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->

    No no no, I don't think that'll be the way, so far theres been no problems with all the wired-up autos coming out now. Most people are critical of the e-car phenomona because of their experience as PC consumers.
    Why? because cars don't run MICROSOFT. <IMG SRC="http://www.supercars.net/servlets/cMsg/html/emoticons/smile.gif">
    .... who would want a car that crashes twice a day?

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