Can we move back to proper UX and physical controls with screen backups/displays? After driving a car where everything was controlled by touch screen, I'm desperate for even a physical volume button on teh dash.
The designers are incredibly lazy when it comes to the integration of new tech. I think they are under the impression that people will like it as it looks like a shiny new iPad.
Kieron Williams Mitchell Brewer
Cheaper to make and they charge more for it. Don’t be a bad consumer and think this is cool because it’s not. It’s more distracting and less user friendly.
BTW: Honda heard the backlash and brought back buttons for volume and AC control on the 2019 Civic! 👏
I sincerely hope that you can still get the traditional Mercedes chrome front end with an upright star on the bonnet.
When did they stop teaching ergonomics?
What a joke!
That 37” CRT doesn’t really suit an S, I’m sure all the airport transport companies will love it though
So ridiculous !!!
When will the steering would even be an integrated touch screen control
Looka like Telsa
Ned Sayer no thanks
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please... noooo technology go away! 😕😕😕 give me the previous one interior design 😕
Yeah im hoping there's more soft surfaces under there somewhere.
Are car manufacturers aware this screens reduce vehicle quality?
Well done nice
I love the big screen in my Tesla. Driving other cars with those tiny screens feels very old fashioned now. The S should be very cool.
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