The Arteon’s excellent user experience seals the deal with delightful artistic flourishes, a well-organized touchscreen, brilliant Digital Cockpit gauge cluster, dependable stop-and-go ACC and a polite reminder not to leave your smartphone in the...
Plenty of delights come with this Wards 10 Best UX winner, but EyeSight Driver Assist Technology stands out on the safety front.
The Evoque enchanted judges with items such as its unique greeting and startup sequence, Touch Pro Duo, dual high-definition 10-in. (25.4-cm) touchscreens and environmentally friendly materials.
Navigation enhanced with augmented reality, conversational speech recognition improved by artificial intelligence and eye-popping display graphics are all part of the new Mercedes MBUX multimedia system.
Attention to UX detail gives the ’20 Lexus RX 350 all the right tools to protect, assist and amaze, from an all-new high-resolution touchscreen and spot-on natural-voice recognition to impressively capable driver-assistance functions.
Hyundai’s new three-row midsize SUV has a winning combination of easy to use technology, cutting-edge convenience features and ample available driver assists.
The redesigned Ford SUV gets high marks from our judges for its strong surprise-and-delight elements, including its advanced displays and graphics. It also has easy-to-understand menus and easy-to-use navigation.
Not only does the Blazer take natural speech exceptionally well, it also has the capability to uniquely bounce seamlessly between embedded and cloud-based navigation.
The 2019 Wards 10 Best UX winner makes a strong first impression on approach, but it’s once you begin driving – and playing – that the 330i sedan stakes its claim as a technology benchmark.