I have tiny small person hands and they are almost always cold. Enter one new Zippy Whip with a great new feature: the heated steering wheel.
Also, while this is a great idea when you're driving the car, it is useless when you are the passenger (a state I try to avoid at all costs) or when you are not actually IN the car. To compound the problem, when I AM in the car and in the driver's seat, my ability to manipulate the wheel, guages and shift lever is of utmost importance.
gloves with deerskin palms in bright red. The reason for the red is so that my hands are easier for my students and other drivers to see. They fit perfectly and allow me to grip the wheel with perfect precision. I adore them. Sadly, wearing them in my regular life is not an option since they present a fashion dilemma of the highest order and so a daily driving alternative must be found. Enter a second first world problem. My iPhone. You cannot operate an iPhone with gloved hands unless you can find a Borg-like pair with the metal thingees on the fingers. Compound that with my need for fit and grippiness and well, good luck.
The North Face eTip glove. They come in a ludicrous range of sizes (my perfect fit was an XXS), have rubber grippies on the fingers and palms and the smartphone enabling metal tips. The fact that they make me feel like the bionic woman while wearing them is a bonus.