An M3 will do the same thing if you go over 100 mph, and also gives out a digital readout in the center console saying that your reaching unsafe driving conditions, but to get that into a CRX would probably take more than a week...
This alone would keep me from getting an M3 if I had the money to get one.
I don't like the fact that cars are starting to control the drivers.
My work truck has this shriek that happens if you go over 72 for an extended period of time. It makes sense as to why this happens and I think that it has something to do with my companies insurance.
In my personal vehicle it would only be fuctional if it was able to see roadsigns and regulate my speed appropriately. Unless it did that, and made it so I never had to use my feet to drive.
But then again, I drive a CRX. I simply cannot get going fast enough around those corners(!). It has been alittle hairy at times, because my foot stays glued to the floor with my little puny HF motor.