I keep the Owner's Manual for my car in the bathroom. Have to have something to read in there, and this works to get me to actually learn about my car. Today I was reading about the Automatic Climate Control, and came across this: "The temperature shown in the display is not the actual temperature. Instead, it corresponds to the occupant's physical perception of the preset temperature giving due regard to the passenger compartment's present air velocity, relative humidity, sunlight exposure etc."
Do they mean that rather than using an absolute temperature they are doing a sort of temperature-humidity-plus calculation and showing the result? Or that my car has bonded with me to the point where it knows how I feel? Given that my car was made in a far distant town named House of Trolls, I lean toward the second meaning.