Road Test Drive
I did the road test drive last weekend and some things I hadn’t noticed during the parking lot drives.
While I once again noticed the cheap plastic handles on all the doors from the parking lot drive, two things I didn’t notice were first, the video panel is not adjustable so the driver and tilt up or down or towards the driver. It is positioned for someone sitting in the middle of the back seat. This normally wouldn’t be a big deal if there was a dashboard or some of the driving modes could be controlled from the steering wheel.
This led to the second thing I noticed on this road test that I really did not like. There is no Dashboard in front of the steering wheel. It is just a blank. The heads-up display is nice, but there really needs to be a dashboard in front of the steering wheel, especially since the monitor is not angled toward the driver.
The car did drive nicely though. Plenty of get up and go in it to merge onto the freeway. The three different drive modes were fun to test out and the two different regenerative modes were very interesting. The full regen will take some getting used to and honestly found it annoying on the freeway.
The camera’s were much better than on the version of the car we drove last month in the parking lot. The backup camera had the lines you see on most backup cameras, with warning chimes if you were getting close to an object.
The bottom line is I think I need to go do another test drive as there are a lot of bells and whistle in this vehicle that distract one from the basic necessities one needs for driving safely.
A strong shout out to the team at Berkeley VinFast, they were very friendly and helpful.
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