Friday, 17 January 2014

Questions that don't need an Answer

From the Telegraph

It fell to Dieter Zetsche, the chief executive of Mercedes-Benz, to summarise the debate during the Detroit show.

"The car that will take you home after you have had too much to drink is a long way off," he said. "But is that what we really want?" 


drsolly said...

Yes, it is.

A K Haart said...

That's what my car did in the seventies - I think.

neil craig said...

It is fairly close.

The major barrier to automated carss at affordable prices (under £1,000 extra) is government parasitism. That will not apply in every country.

Bayard said...

It's already been invented: it's called a pony and trap.

Lola said...

That'll be a laugh.

Plod 'Are yew hin charge hof this veehicule, sir'?
Bloke in drivers seat. 'Nope. Hic'
Plod. 'OK sir. Sorry to have troubled you. Have a safe journey home'.

Yeah. Right.