In order to demonstrate the so-called “technicalization”, more and more cars have begun to abandon physical buttons, so we can see that many cars only have a single central control screen, and what’s more, even the buttons on the steering wheel are touch control. But is this really easy to use, and will it really be welcomed by users? not necessarily!
Recently, Volkswagen officially announced that it will gradually cancel the touch-type multi-function steering wheel buttons and replace them with physical buttons.
Thomas Schäfer, head of the Volkswagen brand, said that because many car owners expressed dissatisfaction with the touch-sensitive multi-function steering wheel buttons, Volkswagen decided to gradually switch back to physical buttons.
At present, many models of Volkswagen use multi-function steering wheels with touch buttons, including the eighth-generation Golf, the mid-term facelift Tiguan L, etc. This touch-type function button has a vibration feedback function, but on the whole, it is still It is relatively easy to touch by mistake, and there are certain safety hazards.
It is also under this premise that users are strongly dissatisfied, and the public decides to make changes.
In the latest spy photos of the facelifted Golf, it can be seen that it has been replaced with physical buttons, and it is also equipped with a larger floating central control screen, but little changes have been made.