Just a bit of fun post but I was shocked yesterday after I drove my wife's Volvo V60. I loved that car and was really happy with it. A bit more peppy than my old Jetta TDI and lovely lines and interior. Going back to it yesterday I was just lost. I couldn't figure out how to get the thing moving. I knew it didnt need a key but I remembered I had to do something with this gear lever thing (I kept reaching for the RHS stalk). Once the dinosaur roared into life I was shocked by the noise and vibration. I was sure something was wrong with it, surely it couldn't be that loud and the vibrations so strong. Whilst driving again I thought something must be wrong, it hardly responded when I put my foot down. I tried sport mode and was stunned by all the noise and lack of forward movement. On the highway it got a little dangerous. I thought I would try cruise control but had to keep remembering that it would not brake or slow down, nor would it steer for me. It was a real mental challenge swapping cars. It sounds ridiculous but I was just astonished at how quickly my brain had got used to the Tesla and the ICE car seemed so foreign and alien. I can't imagine how anyone could drive an ICE car these days really. That said driving my 1960s Buick seems oK I think because it's just a totally different beast.. and it is a beast indeed.