Originally Posted by theholycow
Ick. I read about that before...it does your rev-matching for you. If it can be enabled/disabled easily by the driver it's a great idea, but if it can't then it's awful. The driver should always be allowed full control of the throttle.
I feel the exact same way about headlights. Why do some cars automatically turn on the headlights when you start the car? I can't stand that.
I have never been able to master the heel-toe trick. I drove an STi when I lived in Japan, and it was a big thing among rally wannabes to heel-toe. Many of my GT-R driving buddies had it down to a science. I just never got it down.
Like I said, I know this is not the hypermiler's first choice. But I watch Nissan. Their goal is total world domination when it comes to electric cars. They have already set up deals with the governments of Denmark, Portugal, Israel, and cities like Portland, OR