When it comes to comparison tools on car purchasing websites, it generally helps to compare your desired car to, well, its competitors. If you’re looking at buying a Toyota Corolla, for example, there’s a better chance that you’d want to see how it compares to a Honda Accord than a Bentley. But on Toyota’s website, prospective buyers can see how their 2019 Corolla compares to a Ferrari—y’know, just in case they’re torn.
While shopping for a new car, a Redditor noticed the odd feature on Toyota’s website. The default cars that pop up are the 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT and the 2019 Honda Accord—the kind of cars you’d expect. But if you’re feeling ambitious, you can change up the options in a hilarious way.
Scrolling through the details specs is hilarious. Yeah, sure, your Lambo is cool and all, but does it have five seats? Nope. Lane-departure warning? Hell nah. Sure, you might have an impressive amount of horsepower, but, really, what’s the point if you don’t have a coming home device and adaptive cruise control?
I don’t know about you, but I’m always interested to know how my daily driver compares to my wild exotic car. Finally, there’s a tool for us.