Originally Posted by ocn75
I agreed that looks aren't necessarily a high priority for Hilux buyers. But I don't agree about the interior - I think it's one of their worst efforts of recent times - the slapped-on touchscreen and its lack of integration with the ugly dashboard design is shocking.
The worst part about it is that they clearly intended it to NOT look integrated. There's no mistake that they wanted it to look as "tacked on" as possible with the separation between the other panels around the center console and their curvy qualities as compared to the rectangular edges of the screen. I just wish I knew why.
It also goes back to Toyota's complete disregard for ergonomics. That screen, when fitted with navigation especially, is WAY too low and forces the driver to take their eyes away from the road. If they can manage to place the navigation in the driver's line of sight in every new Lexus, why are they so incapable of doing it for Toyotas??