The launch of Volvo XC90 has revealed that the car designers and engineers have completely re-discovered the way the drivers\' world will drive their automobiles in the future. They disposed off the regular array of buttons and replaced them with a brand new touch screen modeled like a large tablet. Thumb controls are integrated with the steering wheel and a head-up display has been offered for the driver.
All this combined give a new car with the most modern car control management seen in the market.
The easy operation of the system vitally helps the driver to concentrate more on the road and think less about the controllers. Removing the instrument cluster has also added better space management inside the cabin. The new car has an array of benefits including a cloud based apps for streaming music efficiently and other services like the Park and Pay application, which is a first. One can also mirror and use iOS devices via the TS display.
A driver control system integrated in several premium automobiles would typically include 30 or more buttons strewn around the dashboard which would make the driving experience a challenging one. With so many instruments it is difficult for the driver to located and control and it usually results into distracting the driver’s attention.