I do like the overall look of it I just hate how it collects so much dust and the slight delay it can have when you first turn on the car and want to go from radio to Bluetooth audio. The infotainment as a whole could be a bit more responsive.I drive around a 2018 Camry, but I still haven't gotten myself to like the center dash (HVAC and Infotainment controls).
Am I the only one who doesn't like it? What are your complaints?
May it be touchpads, dials, a small mouse, or audi's virtual cockpit, having to control a screen when you are driving sucks. I'd rather use my voice to control the screen but no car has perfected the voice control yet.I DESPISE touch screens in a motor vehicle. Buttons and tactile ‘home’ indicators significantly reduce the amount of attention and processing your brain needs to do.
You can dim the lights and the infotainment screen to make it tolerable. That's one of the first things I did.I DESPISE large electronic panels shining light at me at night.
Ehh, I've been in audi's and BMW's and Lexus' and they all lag. It's a common issue with all infotainment systems.I dislike the lag of the touchscreen.
Might be intentional or because everything is connected to the infotainment system now, its harder to change it. Though it can be done but you will lose features.I dislike the relative inability to replace the radio if I want something different that’s not just another tablet.
It's faster to press the off button than having to turn the dial or press the button all the way to the off position. What if the fan speed was at 5 bars, you will have to press it 5 times or hold it down for 2 seconds when you can just press the off button once. Also, when you turn the fan back on, it keeps the last fan speed and temperature you had it on which is convenient.I also dislike a separate on/off button vs having the fan control shut the system off.
This. The lowest fan speed is still too strong for me and annoys me until I have to shut it off. But then the AC is completely off so I have to turn the damn fan On again to have AC. On other cars I had the option to leave the climate setting on with just the air flow coming from the exterior. It surprises me how some simple things are just screwed on this modern car.I wish turning the fan speed all the way down turned it off, instead of having a separate Off button.
The fan speed is a knob that I can easily find without taking my eyes off the road, and just spin it to the left until the fan is off. Having a button means I have to take my eyes off the road to find it.It's faster to press the off button than having to turn the dial or press the button all the way to the off position. What if the fan speed was at 5 bars, you will have to press it 5 times or hold it down for 2 seconds when you can just press the off button once. Also, when you turn the fan back on, it keeps the last fan speed and temperature you had it on which is convenient.
I use those on the left pretty often. I never use those on the right.Even with the touchscreen lag, I never use the push buttons (Home, Audio, Menu, etc) on both sides of the display. I think they could have gotten rid of them and with that extra space given us a larger display. I don't like thin shape. I would prefer a bigger flat surface for my finger if I were to use them.
Do you ever use those push buttons?
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