RE: [DMCForum] Toyota's hybrid gullwing car
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RE: [DMCForum] Toyota's hybrid gullwing car



Seriously, is that "feature" really necessary?  I can see it being so for
someone in need, otherwise it's just another excuse to be lazy.

I saw an old invention once, a steam powered walking machine.  You hooked it
to your limbs and it assisted you in walking.  Now THAT is lazy.

Greg


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Subject: Re: [DMCForum] Toyota's hybrid gullwing car

OK, this is silly.

"As the gull-shaped doors open, the seat rotates outwards to assist
the driver in boarding. "

Unless it's a concept for the elderly or disabled - which is fine, but
otherwise, who could use a feature like that? Are we all going to get
into our cars sideways and let the seat pull us in? Not me; I'd
disable that "feature" right from the start.

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