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Old 11-27-2018, 05:05 AM
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Originally Posted by RJC 1 View Post
The entire Audi layout just looks cleaner and sleeker...the haptic feedback on the Q8's t/s was also very impressive, almost to the goodness of their renowned buttons/switches. I also like how Audi didn't just slap t/s wherever they thought would be best, vs Audi's approach of full near seamless integration.
their approach is basically what JLR did in their Ranger Rovers which is nothing really new or extraordinary. It does look good and rather seamless but at the same time you need to look down to complete common functions and pretty much everything. The older screen, while uglier was in the drivers FoV due to its height making it less of a distraction. I think they went with this approach with asthetics first function second which isn't necessarily bad.
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Old 11-27-2018, 05:10 PM
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Originally Posted by SYMAWD View Post
Here is the Saiga Beige interior (it's darker than Pistachio Beige) and the dynamic front turn signals. Also, notice the Prestige has nicer buttons under the touchscreen as opposed to the cheap plastic in the premium and premium plus.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c32Sg1zZAzI
Not a fan of the beige at all.
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Originally Posted by AndroidRobot View Post
their approach is basically what JLR did in their Ranger Rovers which is nothing really new or extraordinary. It does look good and rather seamless but at the same time you need to look down to complete common functions and pretty much everything. The older screen, while uglier was in the drivers FoV due to its height making it less of a distraction. I think they went with this approach with asthetics first function second which isn't necessarily bad.
As someone who has a Velar, Audi's implementation is far better than JLRs.
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Old 11-27-2018, 05:41 PM
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Originally Posted by CipherKeys View Post
As someone who has a Velar, Audi's implementation is far better than JLRs.
Yes, I would agree with that statement.
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