Here are 10 state-of-the-art features discerning buyers can expect to find in their next luxury car:
The Screen Scene: Just like home TVs, automotive infotainment screens are getting bigger and sharper. BMW launched a 10.2-incher in its 650i luxury coupe last year, but Lexus trumps that with a 12.3-inch unit in its new GS 350.
More than just about size, these screens can be split to provide a full navigation display along with other selected info. You can also watch DVDs when the car is stopped.
In some Audi models, a 7-inch screen flips up out of the dash on start-up and, if equipped with MMI Touch, a backlit touch pad recognizes fingertip writing for entering letters and numbers for navigation. Read the rest here.
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