Porsche 911 GT3 Hybrid Racer has the Most Complex Steering Wheel Ever



My car is much more focused on performance and power than it is on creature comforts. When I get into my wife's SUV, it takes me a while to acclimate to all the gadgets and gizmos the car has. I can only imagine the shock to the system having to drive the Porsche 911 GT3 Hybrid at normal speeds would have with all those buttons on the wheel.

Having to drive it very quickly would surely give a new driver a headache. The wheel has a plethora of buttons and knobs to deal with for various car functions. This hybrid racecar uses its hybrid system not for improving fuel economy, but to increase performance. That little red button near the spoke that says "boost" is the only one I know the use for. Press that button and the hybrid system gives the driver more power to pass other cars. link

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When the "turbo" or "boost" button is depressed the CPU is clocked standard, when the button is not depressed, the system is underclocked.
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My (very old) computer used to have a boost button (Probably linked to a ventilator or something.)

Now that I think of it, I'm gonna glue some extra buttons on my current computer just because it looks so cool and to make my friends jealous.
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