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Discussion in 'Roadster' started by daniel, May 24, 2012.
My steering wheel says "momo." or maybe it's "mama." What's up with that?
Momo Steering Wheels
MOMO Italy / Usa Official Website
Looks like it's the company that makes the leather wrap for the wheel.
they make the whole wheel...they also make shift knobs and other bits
For many sporty cars, an aftermarket Momo wheel is considered an upgrade.
Thanks for the info. It does seem odd to me. I'd have thought a steering wheel is a steering wheel. My door handles, hand brake, glove box, etc., don't have brand names on them. I have no complaints about the steering wheel, but the ones on my Civic, Prius, and even my Zap Xebra were perfectly good. A brand name on the wheel seems like having a brand name on your shirt pocket. Oh, well. I was just curious. Thanks for clearing it up for me.
It is the same steering wheel that Lotus used on the Elise.
You can see the momo logo at the bottom.
I have it on my 2.5 also...I thought they all do:
You could have just looked it up while sitting in your car if:
You had a smart phone.
What car is this one in?
That was Founders' Series #4. Silver car that went to Antonio Gracias (of Valor Equity Partners) in the Chicago area.
They were testing out a lot of interior accents in that car.
Could be mama too since that's what some passengers yell after you punch the accelerator.:smile:
I wanna know if anybody has converted that round Tesla logo in the middle to a horn button.
Or updated the logo...
How about these sad attempts (by a major manufacturer):
Sad is the perfect word.
They had also shown the second color steering wheel (and door pulls, I believe) in the early images of the upgraded 2.0 interior. I was sad when they didn't end up putting it in; I really wanted it. Looking at it now, I'm kind of glad that it wasn't an option to me, but that may just be me rationalizing.