A lot of people online are saying that the performance pages is one of those things that you probably won't use. But I think I would typically leave one of the performance pages on the screen whilst I drive.
Do you guys think you'll be actually looking at the performance pages whilst in your Trackhawk or is it just a waste of time that you'll probably never use?
The performance pages will probably be something I'll peruse through on occasion and I am happy that the information read out is there and reduces the need to stick a million and one gauges in it making it look "too track". I'm happy they're there but obviously like many, won't see the need to watch them constantly at all.
We are getting this for fun after all so yes, especially when it has things like: performance timers, gauge readouts, and an engine dynamometer screen. Reminds me of the R34 GT-R I once wanted and I can tell you everyone who loved the GT-R loved those pages.
Just like anything that costs a fraction of a supercar but performs close enough to one, it will achieve those heights of recognition and odds are the Trackhawk could do the same. Lamborghini has plans for an SUV. It will be funny if what we're buying here can outrun it