Smartphone junkies and video game aficionados will be thrilled to hear that Toyota is developing a device for its cars that collects telemetric data from normal driving. Pedal use, brake pressures, gear shifts and more will be collated in the on-board black box.
Fancy yourself a bit of a hot-shot when it comes to virtual driving? Got plenty of money and a stable full of dream machines in Gran Turismo 5? Earned Kudos through the roof on Project Gotham Racing? Can hang tough with the best of them online in Need For Speed, Blur or Hot Pursuit? Well, according to a new study, you may not be so competent when you get behind the wheel of a real-world vehicle.
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