You may not consciously realize it, but modern vehicles are reprogramming how you drive, from lane changing and backing up to steering, braking and accelerating.
The new 3-row CUV does many things well, from its reconfigurable Digital Cockpit and excellent driver-assistance systems to its fast phone pairing, competent voice controls and information-rich central touchscreen.
The car’s ability to indicate what it sees and what it is about to do is unparalleled, making for a relaxing, confident drive. Other automakers should copy the formula – immediately.
Mazda’s midsize CUV packs a lot of punch for $34,000, landing on our 2017 Wards 10 Best UX list as a winner.
Great UX goes both ways – in the front and rear seats – and the Continental has all sides covered.
Honda’s all-new Odyssey makes the ever-practical minivan increasingly easier and safer to drive and far more functional and entertaining for passengers as well.
Ford’s racing-bred Raptor defines rough-and-tumble off-roader, but strong connectivity and powerful driver-assistance systems make it a top UX pick as well.
Constantly improving ADAS and human-machine interfaces are making automated driving possible, but FCA shows us clever UX design can make driving fun and engaging for as long as we want.