The article explains the pros and cons of supercapcitors.
As with most things EV, the technology has it's good & bad.
What I did notice was the 2.8 0-60 as a performance benchmark for the car. That's not that fast these days.
Because other than the "cost" of the electric fan motor, it's the most efficient (including MPGs) to heat the vehicle. It's literally heat energy that would otherwise be wasted.
Then EVs run their heaters, their range drops dramatically. It's a huge drain.
Yes, sportier cars have sportier steering.
Your car also has EPAS, which is a very sophisticated electrically assisted steering rack. It filters out lots of road irregularities, shaking/vibration, but is also a bit lack in feed-back through the steering wheel.
Does your car have steering...
Can you not answer a question when it's directed specifically towards someone else?
OP, there is absolutely no reason to do this. Why are you considering fucking with one of the most important systems in your car?