Re: J12 Tekna // Two-tone Ceramic Grey with Pearl Black Roof
Posted: Thu Dec 30, 2021 7:09 pm
I don't disagree. I'm in the same situation myself. Coming from a car that had only wired CarPlay to one with wireless is a big plus for me. But I can understand the criticism. Considering the J12 has pretty much every bit of car tech Nissan could throw at it, and goes up to close to £40k, you'd just have thought they'd have modernised the look of the interface (and made it a little more responsive).
Sandgrounder wrote: ↑Thu Dec 30, 2021 6:57 pmTo be honest, I don’t pay a great deal of attention to the digital cockpit as all the information I need is projected onto the windscreen via the HUD, which displays: current speed, drive assist information, steering assist status and any warnings pertaining to speed limits and emergency braking.
Apple CarPlay is my default choice on the Connect screen which also connects to my Apple Watch with haptic feedback and sounds for directions when using Apple Maps as the SatNav.
QashqaiKev wrote: ↑Thu Dec 30, 2021 6:40 pmCarplay/Android doesn't really count as the car is just mirroring the phone screen. The criticism is against the car's built-in interface and in-built sat-nav, which just look old and janky compared to a lot of what is currently available. The digital cluster (while perfectly good enough) also doesn't look as slick and modern as most other cars which offer one).Sandgrounder wrote: ↑Thu Dec 30, 2021 6:13 pmThe graphics are far better than my previous Qashqai’s and other cars I’ve owned/seen.
When I use Apple CarPlay, with the Connect screen, it’s just the same as looking at my iPhone.
The digital cockpit graphics are clear enough and the information is legible.