6. Infiniti InTouch
Infiniti’s new infotainment system debuted on the tech-heavy Q50. A dual-screen interface, the InTouch system can be confusing, as one screen is controlled by a knob, while the other is controlled with your fingers. While response time for the touch-screen isn’t as sharp as it could be, both screens are fairly high resolution, making them easy to read. On the other hand, the screens get dirty quickly and show finger prints so you’d better have a cloth handy.
However, Infiniti has given its infotainment system some connected car capability, allowing drivers to get their social media feeds, emails and Google apps on the touch-screen. Furthermore, the system has built in performance meters showcasing your G-Forces and other in-car data like you’re in a video game.