The “yoke” steering wheel on the latest Tesla Model S / Model X is probably the most surprising and controversial change applied to the top of the Tesla EV line.
You can see the new photo from the yoke steering wheel. Without it, the driver faces the camera in the rear view mirror. An additional Yoke’s suggested against the pre-facelift model is that the new wood can be repaired to the old vehicle or the page removed after the Tesla configuration suggests.
In fact, you can expect Tesla to end legally, which was revealed in late January and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration could not say it. NHTSA told Road & Track that it was not sure if it complied with federal motorized vehicle safety standards and went to Tesla to inspect it. Provided R&T posted an update because NHTSA and Tesla have not reached a judgment or established any contact, it is not impossible to remove Tesla from the Communications Department.
If the Tesla Yoke’s feels that there are legal hurdles to the Tesla, the driver will definitely need to adjust the steering ratio very quickly to prevent an awkward shuffle. But with a fast steering rack and non-circle wheels, the driver is more likely to injure his arm or wrist during a crash. In a racing series that uses a driver’s yoke style wheel such as Formula 1, the driver pulls their hands off the wheel before making a big impact so that it does not injure the wrist from the wheel.
Racing cars and road car crashes are not the same animal, but is the really uncomfortable, and is the risk of injury in the accident right? Until this cycle reconstruction proves to be a pseudo-futurist rather than a gimmick, we must say no.