The Nissan Leaf One-Pedal goes part the way there but you still have the brake as an option. I drove one 6 months ago and I have to say going into it very sceptical I was pleasantly surprised how easy and comfortable it was.
I had a mini Think the floor button was to dim the headlights ,,,also floor push button start ,,,cannot get used to Kay’s new Honda need no ignition key ,, lights on automatic as is full beam and dip ,derek
,,,cannot get used to Kay’s new Honda need no ignition key ,, lights on automatic as is full beam and dip
And off when you leave the car? Wouldn't you like that in the Seven?
It would save me flattening the battery all the time. But ok now bought a small battery booster keep in boot
But wouldn't managing the lights with software simplify and add lightness?
I'm sure the Mini had push-button start too (there's nothing new, is there...?) - mounted on the floor, near the gear lever.
Ah, sorry Derek, you've already covered that.... I was still on the previous page...
It's not the number of pedals, it's what you do with them...... www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqREtbLe4sY&t=16s
My first car also had 2 pedals ... and it was in Caterham.
My neighbour has a pre war Crossley Buxton with the centre accelerator its circa 1935. He also has a collection of Crossley pre war army and RAF trucks which all seem to have the standard pedal layout. Did the services standardise early?
Not that I know of.
But here's a recent doctoral dissertation that covers the history including the 1958 standardisation work by UNECE.
PS: And "Historically in foot control design, there were several attempts to combine the brake pedal with the accelerator pedal."!