Mazda’s touchscreen-free infotainment system is the best

Mazda's touchscreen-free infotainment system is the best

Likewise, Matthias Junghanns, head of BMW i Interior Design, has revealed that we will eventually overcome this obsession with huge screens. But when? For now, the trend for automakers from Kia to Ford to Mercedes is toward bigger and more capable screens. Unfortunately, it will take some time before this trend is reversed.

For starters, huge screens act as symbols of high-tech, and the younger generations of car buyers have grown up around screens, thanks to smartphones, iPads, game consoles and other gadgets. These big screens are definitely more Instagrammable than something defined by physical buttons and buttons. That said, we wouldn’t bet the NHTSA would ever claim that car interior screens can’t be larger than a certain size, can’t work under certain conditions, or anything like that. Until then, Mazda seems to be offering the safest way to handle a car.

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