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+ dmitriid: My favorite theory (which is yet to be challenged) is that modern car interfaces are designed by people who have never even seen a car in their entire life. The latest entry in my parade of "who in their right mind would come up with this" is Renault Talisman 2019 (could be 2018 but it doesn't matter). I could go on about many things: - The steering wheel contains two dozen buttons, and you regularly use maybe three of them. They had to add another stick underneath (you can't even see it) to control audio volume. But you can't change tracks or switch radio stations. - The touch screen is filled with insanely small targets (I've highlighted some of them in the upper-right photo) with no margin for error or tolerances. You missed it? Good luck finding your way out of a new screen because all the controls constantly shift around the screen (change track is in the middle? now i...

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