What percentage of drivers would you guess wear sunglasses at some point?
I dunno - maybe ALL of them?
And what percentage of those sunglasses would you guess had polarized lenses?
I dunno again - maybe ALL of them?
So, how come virtually all digital displays in car dashboards are completely unreadable when you're wearing sunglasses? Especially in bright sunlight when of course you're most likely to be wearing sunglasses?
Same goes for almost all SatNav maps and menus.
I think it's time for a technology breakthrough here.
UPDATE! The Mazda RX-8 I was driving a couple of weeks ago does have digital read-outs that can be read in bright sunlight with polarized sunglasses on, which proves it can be done. All others, please copy.
Maybe you have some pet peeves about car design you'd like to share with the rest of us?
As long as they're not libelous or too rude, we'll post them here.