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10/24/2012 01:37 AM EDT
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re: Noise to the outside, silence inwards
GREAT-Terry   10/29/2012 2:26:07 AM
Great! With noise cancellation being done inside the cabin, people inside the car can enjoy the silence offered by EV while the noise outside helps keeping pedestrian safe. How about a sensor technology merges together with this noise generation so that if there is no pedestrian nearby, turn off the sound so that the whole place is really silent!

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