This is an argument I hate to make. But, it seems this is the direction we're heading.

Painting broad strokes here, it seems that technology enables all of us to live better, more well-rounded lives. For many of us, it's hard to imagine living with LESS technology rather than more. And in the world of automobiles, technology has taken products by storm.

THINK: In recent years the dizzying additions to vehicles has been incomprehensible with the development of engine management systems, infotainment systems that use a variety of controls — and now gestures — and now dual-clutch gearboxes. But to be honest, I think that there's something to be said for simple vehicles that place purity above all else.

Essentially, what I am asking is "Does technology make a worse-driving vehicle?"

You can attribute invasive traction control, four wheel steering, electric power-assisted steering, and much more to this. Whether or not the answer to the above is yes or no, I think we have to ask ourselves the following:

WHICH would YOU rather have? A more tech-enabled vehicle that will do more for you and have the latest technology OR a vehicle that is back-to-basics and a better driver's car?

What say you, Spies?

WHO'd You Rather? Would You Rather Have A More Tech-Enabled Vehicle Or A Better Driving One?

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