I did special order the car. Call me "old school," but I never considered the NAV package. Maybe I should've, but it seemed a bit expensive when I can get a Tom Tom for less than $200. And I find it a bit creepy (not to mention ironic) talking to an onboard computer, dictating and confirming cabin temperatures and radio station settings and whatnot, as if I were talking to HAL 2000, when instead, I consider the 2013 GT500 as sort of a modern-day variant of the original AC Cobra, which didn't even have a heater or a radio. The Tom Tom is a neat little gadget, but not a priority. I've navigated the entire lower 48 with just road maps with no problem -- I just thought the Tom Tom might be useful in the cities.
Oh, I see. 2010 HAL taking control.."What are you doing Dave?" "Daisy, Daisy, Give me your answer do."
Ok, I understand, was just a little curious I guess. I hear them old fashioned paper maps that we used to get free at the fillin' station could get you clear cross the whole dern country with no problem. I guess they could work too. Except when my wife reads them. Last time she used one all I remember is me asking, "What exit do I take?" and she said "Give me a minute, let's see, Uh, you take that last exit back there". I like to hear a sexy electronic voice say "Exit on the right in 2 miles, 1-1/2 miles, 1 mile, 1/2 mile, exit right now."
Edited by Squirrel 007, 29 December 2012 - 03:50 AM.