terça-feira, 11 de abril de 2017

Our test cars are driven by "amateurs" through a narrow, snaking course at 60 MPH because we want your GM car to give you safer handling on a road like this.

Our test cars are driven by 'amateurs' through a narrow, snaking course at 60 mph 

. . . because we want your GM car to give you safer handling on a road like this. 
The Proving Ground course that the Pontiac Bonneville test car is zigzagging through was laid out by GM engineers, psychologists, and a computer. It's prob-ably the world's narrowest, most unfamil-iar 'road,' and full of surprises. 
Especially for the drivers we recruit for this test: stenographers, housewives, Or they'd be doing it. businessmen, for instance. You probably couldn't think of a tougher way to find out how easily and safely a car handles for people like you. 
Pontiac Bonneville 
Our engineers couldn't think of one either. 
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