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Spanish supercar company working on infinitely adjustable vehicle settings?

by Jonny Lieberman (RSS feed) on Jul 28th, 2009 at 10:29AM

Luddites, time to break out the coffee – this will be keeping you up nights. Now, we just reviewed the 2010 Nissan GT-R, which has lots and lots of driver selectable modes. You can control how quickly the transmission shifts, the smoothness of the ride and the level of computerized interference. That's just from the driver's seat. The car itself is constantly monitoring the wheels' traction and adjusting the suspension thousands of times per second. The torque is actively split by the all-wheel drive system, too. Well, according to Autocar, there's a Spanish company called IFR... Read More

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