As someone who actually flies a plane with a yoke, I can tell you that you are ignorant. A flight yoke doesn't move past 90 degrees in either direction (and you would almost never move it that far in flight anyway) so you can easily keep your hands where they need to be. A car wheel has to be turned over and over to go from lock to lock, and you do that fairly regularly (turning into parking spaces, etc). So they are not the same, and is why a yoke doesn't make sense in a car.The next time you board a commercial jetliner, remember to inform the flight crew that their yoke sucks, and it's going to get you all horribly killed. Make sure you remove your mask first, so they can hear you clearly.
I was at my SC today and a customer brought in a Plaid S (we don't have any Refresh models in our gallery). They let me sit in it and "drive" while the SC checked them in. I can definitely say that the yoke is a gimmick and was done purely for cool factor. I will get used to it, but it is absolutely not an improvement. I have never had a problem seeing the display in our S and that is the only benefit that has been stated in the numerous yoke threads. It makes even less sense in the CT as you turn the wheel a lot when towing. Using the turn signals was not intuitive at all. Like I said, I will adapt, that's what humans do. But even the SC staff agreed it was a gimmick and commented on how much harder it was to maneuver in the SC with the yoke compared to a wheel.