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Car: Porsche 911
I feel a little mean singling the 911 out for criticism as this applies to all of the recent models in the Porsche line-up. How on earth did anybody think that ridiculous analogue speedometer was a good idea? I don't have a problem with the Sport Chrono clock that pops out of the fascia or even the green leather interior that was once popular for a few days or so. What I do have a beef about is a speedometer that measures in increments of 25mph. It's almost completely useless as a result.
Fortunately, Porsche insert a digital speed readout too, which is easy to read and unfailingly accurate. So why bother selling us a useless analogue dial when the space could be much better utilised with a countdown clock for when the next model arrives?
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