After a visit to the Detroit Auto Show, the newest in-car technology shows that automakers have fallen behind with features already available in the iPhone X.
While many drivers wish their infotainment systems worked like their phones, the biggest deterrent to making your car too much like your phone is that you may look at it more than you’re supposed to (when your eyes should be on the road).
“It’s great with the digital stuff with the hype and everything, but we forget we are analog people that want to look at and touch something. We must not forget the real world for the virtual world,” said Mercedes-Benz design chief Gordon Wagner.
Read the article at The Verge.