The XT5’s interior achieves design harmony, while retaining the edgy style Cadillac has been establishing over the past decade. Plus, the cabin feels ergonomically correct for both driver and passenger, as all controls are within easy reach.
There is more technology than ever in the car, but the layout is simple, the purpose of buttons and knobs is easy to fathom and the ubiquitous iDrive now complements the user experience rather than detracts from it.
Last year, Hyundai was the first automaker in the world to sell a vehicle powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. Hyundai Vice Chairman Woong-chul Yang makes it clear the automaker plans to be a trailblazer in hybrids as well as fuel cells....More
We call out vehicles with problematic fit-and-finish, materials, ergonomics or unfortunate design choices. Each of these items resulted in points deducted as WardsAuto editors selected the 2016 Wards 10 Best Interiors.