Whenever one drives a BMW, they will notice the infotainment system rising up from the central dashboard. This is a feature that is about to get introduced in the future Mazda CX-5 Facelift after the Japanese carmaker discovered that the existing SUV does not have a nice interior design.
Even after being crowned SUV of the year, Mazda is looking to improve the CX-5 further and has confirmed that the car will be incorporating an infotainment system that is inspired by the BMWs.
With the touchscreen display standing at the top of the console, Mazda claims that they can offer a neater button layout that is both compact and organized. This is obviously much better than having the central screen being embedded on the dashboard.
Today, consumers can already take a nice look at this particular feature after a concept image of it got shared online. For certain, it does fit the CX-5 well and we can’t wait to hear more details on what the upcoming Facelift model has got to offer.