WIRED article on the Clarity's "Crazy, Complex Engineering"

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  1. Kendalf

    Kendalf Active Member

    Article Link: The Crazy, Complicated Engineering Inside Honda's New Clarity Hybrid

    While the article title may suggest a negative take on the Clarity, the author Eric Adams actually gets it, unlike the author of that pathetic Ars Technica article a couple weeks back.

    His closing statement sums up the car well:
    EDIT: Just noticed that the browser tab shows "Complex" as the original title of the article, but the headline for the article states "Complicated". Same difference. Complex.PNG
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  3. dstrauss

    dstrauss Well-Known Member

    He really does get it, especially that very last paragraph to set the average Joe/Josey at ease about just "buy and drive."
  4. insightman

    insightman Well-Known Member Subscriber

    The author dug deep to learn about the underlying EV, Hybrid, and Engine drive modes to which the driver has no direct access. He name-dropped those modes to reinforce the complexity implied by the title. At least he concluded that you can just get in and drive.
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