Volvo will debut a redesigned line-up including a new XC70 crossover and S80 sedan in Geneva next month, as well as the automaker's new Sensus Connected Touch infotainment display with- get this- an infrared, beam-scanned touchscreen display you can use while wearing gloves.
In a press release, Volvo claimed the touchscreen would be the first of its kind in the automotive industry, noting that the ability to operate the screen while wearing gloves would "come in handy in winter," perhaps especially if your winters are Sweden-worthy....
Pioneer understands that people are already carrying around all the content they need on their smartphones and they are making it easier than ever to access it.
"The smartphone has become the source for consumer entertainment. They want to share content from their device(s) and we're making that happen, whether it's at home, in the car, or on the go," said Russ Johnston, executive vice president of corporate communications for Pioneer Electronics.