The red does look really nice, but now the "grill" area is starting to throw me off, maybe if it were all red it might look better ?
I dunno, I like the Tesla's approach of just having one big screen, but there is something to be said for being able to find a specific important function with minimal searching – it's always in the same place so muscle memory takes over, rather than having to assess what mode the screen is in.only thing I think negative is "how many button do they need on the centre console"? I mean a nice big touch screen, surely they could have made use of that for some of the functions
I beg to differ on this point. I am absolutely in favour of physical knobs and buttons. My personal motoric abilities simply work way better with physical entities than with touch screens in shaking environments. Or to put it another way, my car always hits a bump the split second before my finger touches the screen. It's easier for me to first make contact, then check whether you're in the right spot and finally press that button. This way I can keep my eyes for much longer on the road. I can actually do most frequent operations without even looking by simply feeling where my finger is.only thing I think negative is "how many button do they need on the centre console"? I mean a nice big touch screen, surely they could have made use of that for some of the functions