Displays, for example, will get larger and resolutions will become richer, while driver information will move from the dashboard and instrument panel to a sophisticated head-up display.
Three panelists offer divergent points of view on how we’ll navigate in the future, but all agree that map data and how we use it will play a key role in our vehicles for years to come.
Despite its relatively low price tag, the ’17 Hyundai Elantra Limited is a standout for its superior driver-assistance systems, excellent voice control and top-notch navigation and maps.
The redesigned Mercedes E-Class shines in each judging criteria of the inaugural Wards 10 Best UX competition. We know $73,000 is a lot of money, but consider the market for midsize luxury cars and the features onboard.
Bells and whistles don’t make the RX a UX standout. The overall UX effect is one of “a calm connection to an otherwise busy world.”
The automaker gets it right with the Escape’s third-generation Sync system, which is lightning fast and easy to use.
Stirring up a lot of emotion for our judges is the Ridgeline’s fabled in-bed audio system, which won us over for its huge fun factor.