I don't remember ever driving a car with a flat-bottomed steering wheel, but I relate to the following analogy:
You know when you're carelessly walking down a flight of stairs, and you reach the landing while you were expecting another step lower down? It's startling...
It seems to me that I would expect a piece of steering wheel to grab, but then it would be missing when I reach for it; the flattening moving the rim away from the expected location.
|Originally posted by IMSA GT:|
Other than that, they look great and yes, you gain a little leg room.
If you need the extra inch of clearance at the bottom of the wheel for your legs, wouldn't that mean that you could never turn the steering wheel left or right while driving?
[This message has been edited by pmbrunelle (edited 01-19-2018).]