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Old February 12th, 2017, 01:54 AM   #15
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Key phrase is "While not a track car"

For racers, the Viper is till the ultimate tool. for a production track car, but for street use, the 4 Wheel drive electric car will dominate.

The earlier Vipers made the driver feel like a superstar, but as the later models added ABS, Launch control, Electronic stability control, sophisticated differential control and cruise control, the driver just became along for the ride, just like all the other Uber performance vehicles. The computer delivers the performance number as much as the driver.

In the pretty near future electric vehicles will put down the numbers while the ICE vehicles will provide the driver experience.

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