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Touch Screens vs Tactile Buttons

Daniel Fernandez, Managing Editor,

07-Sep-22 20:00

Touch Screens vs Tactile Buttons

In this week's edition of Cruise Control, no test drive car in sight but boy do we have plenty to discuss!

Our petrol heads kick off with their take on the recent proposal of electric taxi cabs in KL, the feasibility of hydrogen fuel, and also excite ourselves with Aston Martin's latest luxury compact SUV, the DBX707.

The trio then try to stop the advancement of modern car cabin technology, by weighing up the choice between a touch screen center console, or the rather old school tactile buttons currently in use in majority of cars.

Finally, we look ahead to the prospects of having Lemon Law in the local automotive market and elaborate on why it is needed here to give consumers the best protection for their car purchase.

Produced by: Ali Johan

Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Ali Johan

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Categories:  Cars/Motoring

Tags:  Aston Martin DBX707lemon law

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