Bro... It's my 3rd year studying automotives.
You said why not revisit metric and learn again?
Let me ask you one question... How much do you study about electrical/electronics in metric?
To have thick wires you need high voltage.. which I don't think is possible unless you modify the coils.
Ever remember older cars had bunch of thick wires? Now days the new cars have thinner wires. Why? because Prior to 1954, vehicles had 6 volt systems. Now days the systems are rated at 12 volts. Future cars 42 volts.
The increase in voltage allowed wire sizes to decrease because the amperage required to power things was reduced.
If you need more info... let me know... I'll send you a copy of Ohm's law
I don't believe you can actually have more power by just changing the wires... Why I don't believe that? Because same amout of fuel is being injected into the cylinders weather you have thick or thinner wires.
First of all here we are talking about fuel economy and performance.. paint or power mirrors don't effect. Penny penny matters.. you are right but with high fuel costs.. its all changing.. Auto makers are doing every thing they can to improve fuel economy.
Second.. if you want all those options.. why not buy a Cadillac or Lexus?
Cadillac will give you all the options you like... so much so that the person who reviewd Cadillac DTS wrote this.
Sophisticated electronic drivability enhancers make DTS the road equivalent of a Stealth fighter plane, which I’m told would fall from the sky if its computers died.
Now older suzukies I am told didn't even have a computer... What would happen if you added a computer...? First of all its not possible .. even if it is.. it wouldn't make much difference because the car was not designed for that purpose.... a computer without all the sensors isn't any useful. Same thing with wires.. putting thicker wires with same amount of voltage might have negative effects.. because thicker with same amount of voltage means higher resistance.