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 4 months ago '13        #51
SimpinAintEz 
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 youngsiz said
typing on my phone bro, and again whatís was the point of bringing anywhere else up if Iím the US dipsh*t. you trying to hard to prove a point that wasnít asked of you. I didnít ask for your opinion so keep it fu*king moving goof
I type exclusively on my phone and can manage coherent sentences.

I didnít bring up anywhere else specifically, I essentially said this sh*t isnít coming out ANYWHERE PERIOD, let alone America, making it dumb af to whine about whether itís legal or not moron.

Also, youíre on a PUBLIC FORUM goof, if you donít like random peopleís input on a topic then youíre in the wrong fukkin spot cry baby.

 4 months ago '13        #52
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 MayneThaTruth2 said
But they probably have a setting where they could just light up like normal lights. And a setting where the lights are moving around and what not. I would cop em myself.
Of course they do. Tech demos are supposed to be extravagant and show the full potential of a new technology. Public use is almost always a toned down version of whatís presented, similar to concept cars.

 4 months ago '04        #53
youngsiz 5 heat pts
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 SimpinAintEz said
I type exclusively on my phone and can manage coherent sentences.

I didnít bring up anywhere else specifically, I essentially said this sh*t isnít coming out ANYWHERE PERIOD, let alone America, making it dumb af to whine about whether itís legal or not moron.

Also, youíre on a PUBLIC FORUM goof, if you donít like random peopleís input on a topic then youíre in the wrong fukkin spot cry baby.
you trying too hard goof stfu and move along I didnít ask for your opinion. I donít care if itís legal in Russia , Japan, or Asia or anywhere else or if itís a demo Genius get the point, If itís not legal in the US it doesnít matter to me. Is that clear enough for you or do I need to break it down further on why your meaningless opinion only matters to you.
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 4 months ago '13        #54
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 youngsiz said
you trying too hard goof stfu and move along I didnít ask for your opinion. I donít care if itís legal in Russia , Japan, or Asia or anywhere else or if itís a demo Genius get the point, If itís not legal in the US it doesnít matter to me. Is that clear enough for you or do I need to break it down further on why your meaningless opinion only matters to you.
You still here? Didnít read n*gga. Collect your L for thinking for a second that this tech demo sh*t would ever be released on public roads.

 4 months ago '18        #55
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 SimpinAintEz said
Of course they do. Tech demos are supposed to be extravagant and show the full potential of a new technology. Public use is almost always a toned down version of whatís presented, similar to concept cars.
Thats why I say I dont think they would be banned. You'd have to ban a certain setting. You may get a ticket letting them thangs blank around.

Cops may order you to turn em on regular.

 4 months ago '13        #56
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 MayneThaTruth2 said
Thats why I say I dont think they would be banned. You'd have to ban a certain setting. You may get a ticket letting them thangs blank around.

Cops may order you to turn em on regular.
Iím saying that the manufacturer is not going to allow drivers the ability to utilize an illegal setting on their car, so that wouldnít be an issue.

 4 months ago '18        #57
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 SimpinAintEz said
Iím saying that the manufacturer is not going to allow drivers the ability to utilize an illegal setting on their car, so that wouldnít be an issue.
Why you say that? Its a money maker. And what about custom shops making them for all cars? I wouldnt cop no Audi for this sh*t.

I wanna put some on a Lac or Buick.

 4 months ago '17        #58
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Remember when fast and furious was hit and people were street racing all over? People put the glow under their car and then it became illegal. They said it was a distraction to other drivers....

Now I see all see is glow, neons, fu*kin graphics. Howís that not a distraction? lol

Someone gonna be staring at the Tail light gif and run someone over.

..... sht is fire tho..

 4 months ago '13        #59
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 MayneThaTruth2 said
Why you say that? Its a money maker. And what about custom shops making them for all cars? I wouldnt cop no Audi for this sh*t.

I wanna put some on a Lac or Buick.
I say that because manufacturers arenít in the habit of making themselves walking liabilities, thatís what custom shops are for and even they tell you if itís not street legal.

As a mass producing manufacturer who has safety, reliability, and performance as a priority, putting illegal options on your vehicles is not a ďmoney makerĒ, quite the opposite.

Putting stuff like this on a road going vehicle is what the aftermarket is for. Thereís a reason it exists and thereís a reason manufacturers donít put the sh*t on their cars from the factory.

 4 months ago '18        #60
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 SimpinAintEz said
I say that because manufacturers arenít in the habit of making themselves walking liabilities, thatís what custom shops are for and even they tell you if itís not street legal.

As a mass producing manufacturer who has safety, reliability, and performance as a priority, putting illegal options on your vehicles is not a ďmoney makerĒ, quite the opposite.

Putting stuff like this on a road going vehicle is what the aftermarket is for. Thereís a reason it exists and thereís a reason manufacturers donít put the sh*t on their cars from the factory.
Again, fu*k an Audi. I dont want one. Im just talking about custom shops making these. They do street illegal sh*t every damn day.

 4 months ago '13        #61
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 MayneThaTruth2 said
Again, fu*k an Audi. I dont want one. Im just talking about custom shops making these. They do street illegal sh*t every damn day.
Umm, sure. I guess go to a custom shop and put illegal sh*t on your car then.
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 4 months ago '18        #62
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 SimpinAintEz said
Umm, sure. I guess go to a custom shop and put illegal sh*t on your car then.
Thats what I would do. Some cops dont even regulate on custom sh*t on cars. It aint illegal anyways, you can just turn em on regular whenever you want.

Boys bout to make a fortune when they figure out how to make em!! Im gettin mines done pronto!!!!

 4 months ago '04        #63
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clearly just a concept, but i can them slowly adding oled to parts of the interior in the future

 4 months ago '07        #64
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 SimpinAintEz said
Of course they do. Tech demos are supposed to be extravagant and show the full potential of a new technology. Public use is almost always a toned down version of whatís presented, similar to concept cars.
This,

They will probably refine the sh*t out of it and make it practical. Looks like its already a work in progress with the new Q8 lights.
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 4 months ago '04        #65
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the whole back gone be a screen basically, so words of warning could be displayed instead of automatically blinking hazard lights when you stomp on the brake at 60 miles+

i hate the USDOT madated side markers just slapped on my foreigns and interrupt the design. perhaps one day the sidemarkers will "come on" these screens only when im on the road and go away once the car isnt moving so at least when im walkin towards and away from my parked foreign i dont have to see those astocities

 4 months ago '04        #66
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 halftime said
Iím black

 3 months ago '05        #67
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 Butter Biscuit said
How much to replace them?
My first thought, dont really fu*k with German cars for that reason but it looks cool.

 3 months ago '06        #68
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Cool concept but don't see it being legal for safety reasons.

 3 months ago '06        #69
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I don't like it but there is a lot of potential to come from this

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