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Old 06-05-2015, 01:25 PM   #1
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Have you ever had the hardest time trying to get your air vents to point directly at you, and its especially frustrating when you reach to adjust the vents and you lean back into your seat and you can't feel it at all? I've got an idea that might solve that problem! Introducing memory air vents! Much like programmable memory seats, you are able to program your air vents to point a desirable direction and save that position as a preset (best when used in conjunction with memory seats for accurate results). I see this technology being implemented in luxury vehicles where the vehicles already have a lot of technology. It wouldn't make sense on lower end vehicles at the moment because there are purists who buy these vehicles for their "no frills" aspects. However if the car already has memory seats, then why not? It'd be cool if GM were the first in the industry to implement this feature especially Cadillacs because 'MURICA! Sorry if this topic has come up already. If it does make it to production, it'd be cool to have some sort of recognition or an event invite! Wink wink nudge nudge say no more!
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Not a horrible idea, it sure wouldn't be the worst option added to a vehicle!
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It sounds great on paper, but I get tied up in the logistics of more stuff to break, etc. GM has a hard enough time keeping their interiors together as it is.

And that'* not even counting I am constantly fiddling with my vents anyway, and I am the sole driver for two different cars.
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