Again, you are arguing that your opinion is more accurate than anyone else's opinionsTo this day I always stop, put the transmission (with my idiot proof floor mounted console) in N, apply the Parking brake then shift to Park. My Dad never like letting the car rest on the transmission even when not on a hill. I cant get my wife to go to N first before putting on the Parking brake but she always uses the it.
No, I am simply stating that you are wrong when stating that the E shifter works the same as mechanical ones, they dont. To a certain extent they work in a similar manner, and many, many people have got used to them, but obviously many have not. Stating that they are not a new tech at this point is a non sequiter point. Just because something has been around for 10 years does not mean it is a better product.
I am not interested in that.
I regularly drive a 2013 Audi S8 that has the same e-shifter.One more question and I will let it lie;
Do other car makers have different and/or more visual and aural warnings with this shifter system than FCA did/does?
I would say the answer to your question is no.
I had no issue operating the shifter in the Audi and neither did my friend who purchased the car. He had never actually used the ZF e-shifter until he test drove and purchased his Audi.