The trouble is they already do!
Whatever happened to the golden age of motoring when everybody had a tool kit in the car.
I must say as nice to drive, safe and reliable the latest cars are, I do think you become somewhat detached from the basic driving experience in them. I drove a new Kuga over to North Walsham a while back and as nice as it was, it almost seemed like every input from me was assessed by the car before it was accepted. Then again it certainly made my ST feel rather old when I got back in it!
Another thing while I'm moaning; I think it's because I'm never in a new car long enough to get fully used to it, but I find the new breed of large touchscreens in these cars rather distracting too; there's so many functions all in one place. I guess it probably becomes second nature once you get a feel for it but there's something that seems more simple about a physical button with just one function assigned.
Don't get me wrong any of you guys with a new Mondeo etc has got a cracking car and sure if I was doing a decent annual mileage (and didn't spend all my spare cash doing up,our home....) I'd seriously look at one.
Right, I'm off to find a mk1 Cortina in the classifieds and put a blanket over the engine ready for winter