I can see Brabus/Tesla owners attempting to download the engine note of their favorite '60s F1 car, but ending up with the iFart
app. That would sound great off the line!
I enjoyed how many times Lotus was mentioned in the article.
I'm sure the Tesla folks didn't though...
Sound IS important in the driving experience. I'll acknowledge that. A friend with a Ford GT took me for a spin after he got the car and complained how he couldn't hear the engine well enough to shift properly. That cabin was
Another buddy who owns a speed shop just replaced the engine of a Noble that had been over-revved all the way back to Denver from wherever its owner had purchased it. It seems the new owner is more than a tad hard of hearing, the tach didn't work and he wailed on the engine. It died in Burlington, about 90 miles east of town.
But none of that applies to the Tesla. It's just cards in the spokes.
I'd use the Jetsons' space ship sound effect, myself.