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Our first impressions? Favorable. The system we tested was pre-production and not yet ready for installing in vehicles. But we like the basics of the system: a capacitive screen (like an iPhone that allows one to control functions with a finger rather than a stylus) with multitouch control and proximity sensors, capacitive center stack buttons and a configurable instrument panel. It was all pretty slick and very much modeled after Apple's approach to touchscreen technology.
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