The Mazda3 is an attention-grabbing machine not only for its outstanding style and thrilling, smooth performance, but also for its innovative tech that makes every drive more fun, connected, and enjoyable. One such notable tech feature in the Mazda3 we really appreciate is the touch-less infotainment system.
Instead of a touch screen found in new cars today, the Mazda3 opts for a rotary dial to help you control your entertainment and infotainment selections. The dial not only offers a unique look to the Mazda3, but it’s designed to be a safer tool than the touch screen interface most automakers rely on in their vehicles.
According to a study done by Germany’s Allgemeiner Deutsher Automobil-Club (ADAC), the largest motoring association in Europe, and the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Mazda’s approach is definitively safer than the rest.
“The Mazda3 turned out to be the clear winner, because of the fact that the infotainment, navigation, and other vehicle systems are controlled via an ergonomically placed rotary dial, much like that which characterizes BMW’s iDrive system,” reports Sebastian Cenizo, writer for CarBuzz.com.
See the innovative Mazda3 touch-less infotainment system in action at Wantagh Mazda in Wantagh, New York.