>> And I think you'll find that by the time you hit every use case (safety interlocks that prevent changing GPS coordinates while the car is driving,
> Idiotic safety controls. If I had something like that on my car I would just turn the GPS off and use my cell phone and google maps, or other equivalent. I don't need anti-features in my car. Driving is hard enough without having to fight my car for control.
I quite agree. I don't know why people want this sort of thing in their cars. Indeed this article in general just made me not want to ever get a car built in the last 10 years. Of all activities, something as dangerous as driving is something I would be least comfortable reducing my control over. Is the only option for those of us who value control in driving now kit cars and antiques?