Automakers currently face the dilemma of how to give customers the increased in-car functionality they demand without creating a corresponding rise in driver distraction. One answer is to better utilize the sense of touch. BMW has done it with its controversial new iDrive system, but will others follow? Kermit Whitfield, Senior Associate Editor
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