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So do we think the switch to RHD will introduce any compromises to the 4C - I'm thinking the rest plate for left foot will there be one. And of course will the suspension cope with our terrible broken roads?
 

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sotoole said:
So do we think the switch to RHD will introduce any compromises to the 4C - I'm thinking the rest plate for left foot will there be one. And of course will the suspension cope with our terrible broken roads?
I think the "Rest Plate " will be there seeing that there is no clutch pedal. Would be very shocked if there wasn't one. The transition from LHD to RHD should be seamless in my opinion.
 

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Prince Nero said:
sotoole said:
So do we think the switch to RHD will introduce any compromises to the 4C - I'm thinking the rest plate for left foot will there be one. And of course will the suspension cope with our terrible broken roads?
I think the "Rest Plate " will be there seeing that there is no clutch pedal. Would be very shocked if there wasn't one. The transition from LHD to RHD should be seamless in my opinion.
Totally agree. That's one of the HUGE benefits of no manual car ;)
 
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