That’s the burning question with the new 2020 Acura RDX, which uses a redesigned touchpad interface. The key feature is absolute cursor positioning, which means when you touch the pad and move your finger, your selection is based on where you touch, not where you move.
To explain that a little more, imagine you want to select the navigation map. On most cars with a touchpad interface (like BMW, Audi and Lexus), where you press initially doesn't matter so much – it's where you eventually move your finger that counts.
On the RDX, if you see an icon for navigation on the upper left of the display, you can press the touchpad on the upper left and it will se…
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