Tesla vehicles are certainly forward-thinking, but sometimes the company's tech oriented approach results in a less than optimal user experience. Case in point: a recent CNN review of the Model 3 bemoans the fact that users are essentially required to play around with the car's 15-inch touchscreen anytime they want to adjust even the most minor of controls or vehicular settings.
"To do almost anything, from adjusting the mirrors to tweaking the car's speed while driving in Autopilot, I had to use the screen," Petere Valdes-Dapena wrote last week. "There are two unmarked knobs on the steering that are involved in various functions but, before you can use the knobs, you have to poke around on the big screen first. It's annoying and most people will hate it. More importantly, it's terribly distracting."
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Elon Musk says enhanced voice command functionality is coming to the Model 3 originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 15 Jan 2018 at 20:30:57 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.