To the average baby boomer, the idea of driving a car with a joystick or something resembling a video game controller sounds far-fetched. But ask the same question of a typical 15 year old, and he's likely to tell you he's already used those controls to become a champion WRC Rally driver - on the video game circuit, that is. It could be years before radically different driver controls or “user interfaces” become reality, but the underlying foundation already is being built on many of ...

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