The best new products--and the most successful--solve real problems in a way that no one has thought to previously address. Often, the problem(s) solved come as a cluster of needs, which appear to be insoluble, even unrelated. Existing hegemonies may appear to counter-indicate new solutions. The logic of the status quo is not a good tool in opening a window to new product categories.
It is fascinating to notice and delight in the enormous variety of dashboards (and the cars they appear in), but what is truly and ultimately most astounding is that all of the cars in both this article and Part 1 can be driven after a few minutes familiarization by anyone who has passed a driver's test. Think of it: cars spanning production from 1939 to the present day--almost eighty years, can all be piloted safely, and similarly within a few minutes by any modern driver. How is that possible?