Several intelligent and talented men and women designed and planned, then manufactured cars. A defect in the design means they can no longer be driven safely. We expect that cars, even though they only do one thing, are a product of intelligent design. One oversight, and they're no good.
I'm expected to believe that I, a person who's able to:
Cool myself down when I'm overheating by just producing water through millions of radiators all over my body.
Lessen the tension when my gears are being changed too fast, by leaking fluids through my headlights.
Start, stop and reverse automatically (without having to use gears) by just using my engine to think it.
See obstacles in my path and go around them in fine motor precision.
Observe barriers behind me and turn around without having to back up.
Track and acknowledge other 'machines' around me and communicate with them by just opening my bonnet.
Crouch down and stand tall in just one simple movement.
Go from 0 to full blast in split seconds.
Do cold starts every time without fail.
Use my snow tracks to get through high snow without going off course.
Honk my (versatile) horn as softly or loudly as I want to.
Transform into different machines whenever necessary, and as frequently as required.
Heal my own bumps and scrapes by growing a new body work in mere days.
Release any rattling in my gear box merely by blowing off steam from either of two strategically placed exhaust pathways.
Carry hundreds of passengers inside my shell for as long as I want to.
Drive on no fuel if required.
A car with only one purpose doesn't just 'happen.' It can't be slapped together or banged into existence. Behind its creation (for it was created) was a precise, intentional and intelligent design. This is made clearer by the aftermath demonstrated by these recent, little oversights.
It's natural to accept that an intelligent being created the car but not me?
A dumb organism 'decided' he was going to become me one day and just did?
Please explain below how this is so.