W214 2024 E-Class - Official Press Shots

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Just ask a myriad of VW group car owners how good a car with no switches is (and software that regularly throws all its toys out the pram)
Pretty easy in all honesty unless you're an idiot or have manual dexterity if a rock
 
Pretty easy in all honesty unless you're an idiot or have manual dexterity if a rock

My Hyundai has half the bottoms on a 'physical' panel and the other half burried in the menus in the infotainment system screen.

I can't use the touchscreen menus without taking my eyes off the road, so (for example) I can only turn the heated seat on or off while driving if I have a passenger to assist with the menus, or at the traffic lights.

The car does have sophisticated autopilot but that's not really a solution to not being able to turn things off and on without taking the eyes off the road for a prolonolged period of time. I guess that the younger generation who learnt to use a touchscreen before they learnt to walk might not have this issue, who knows.

I do appreciate that physical tactile buttons cost more money than a software 'button', and I would accept this argument if it was a way to reduce the price of entry level EVs and make them more affordable, but not on an E-Class/S-Class... personal opinion.
 
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