Aaahhh the 80's, when understated simplicity was the norm.
/r/retrofuturism would like this
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This is the most 80's thing I have seen since Kung Fury.
Its great and all, but Nissans had *notoriously* bad electrical systems. All the fancy gadgetry dies about 30 days after you bought it and its *impossible* to figure out.
A pic of this same car 5,000 mi later would have shown 3 dead screens and a speedometer that only worked when you hit a speedbump above 12mph.
Reminds me of my old Toyota. TAKE ME BACK
Weird, they put the steering wheel on the wrong side!
That's cool as hell. What model is it? And how much are they now?
I'm sure Bethesda will find a way to run Skyrim on it.
Whenever I see high tech shit like this in cars, I just imagine how much of a pain in the ass it'll be to replace buttons, sensors, and tiny screens after 10 years. Even worse when it gets to be 20 years.
But what happens as we put even more tech into cars. Like in 15-20 years services and connections won't even be compatible with new devices.
Imagine the car companies trying to get you to dispose of your car after 2-5 years to buy the new models like cell phones
Am I mistaken or does that have a dashboard light for “drowsy“?