This paper presents a new mechatronic system that combines the capabilities of the steering wheel, the throttle and brake pedals in a single all-encompassing device. A two degreeof-freedom mechanism allows controlling all driving functionalities together in a very ergonomic and original way. The system uses drive-by-wire technology with haptic feedback for an outstanding driving experience. The device has been tested in a simulation platform, showing similar performance to conventional set of steering wheel and pedals, and very good acceptance among users. This work also surveys current drive-by-wire systems in the automotive industry and the use of haptic technology to assist drivers.