Today’s consumers prefer vehicles with loads of infotainment features. After all, taking phone calls with Bluetooth or controlling music using Apple CarPlay is convenient. In some modern cars, like Tesla models, the center touchscreen controls every in-vehicle function. But it’s ridiculous that even climate controls and audio volume levels hide under layers of digital menu selections. It makes us less excited about new vehicles like the all-electric 2023 Cadillac Lyriq.
This luxury SUV continues that worrying trend: Using a touchscreen is the only way you can open the Cadillac Lyriq’s glovebox.