Audi Q7 lauded for its customizable HMI.
Audi's Pom Malhotra, director-Connected Vehicles, picks up hardware for winning Q7.
BMW 7-Series excels on all fronts, with redundant controls and industry's most elaborate key fob.
BMW's Kate Alini, product manager for the 7-Series, describing features of luxury sedan to Lawrence Technology Institute transportation design students attending conference.
BMW's Kate Alini accepts award for winning 7-Series.
Inside Chrysler Pacifica is infotainment bonanza.
Steve Holmes, head of user experience, (left) and Chris Benjamin, head of interior design, double-team acceptance speech for FCA's winning Chrysler Pacifica.
Ford Escape Titanium makes list in part for its lightning-quick new Sync 3 system.
Ford's Kevin Schad, brand manager, notes winning Escape on Ford's UX forefront.
Excellent driver-assist features helped land GMC Acadia spot on inaugural 10 Best UX list.
From left, Chris Fusco, design manager-GMC User Experience; Micah Jones, senior lead-Creative Interior Design; Paul Spedafora, chief engineer-GMC Acadia, accept award for Acadia CUV.
Impressive in-bed audio system helped sway judges to Honda Ridgeline.
Kerry McClure, chief engineer-Ridgeline, says Honda sought tailgate-party leadership with winning pickup.
Priced under $30,000, Hyundai Elantra is value leader, offering sophisticated array of advanced driver-assist systems usually available only on much more expensive vehicles.
John Robb, senior manager-electronic systems development, on stage to receive Hyundai Elantra trophy.
Infiniti Q50 judged lot of car, technology for money.
Peter Bedrosian, senior manager-Nissan, accepts award for Infiniti Q50.
Lexus RX calm and serene. Judges grew to love HMI's mouse-like controller.
Curt McAllister, Midwest public relations manager for Toyota, talks about Lexus RX UX highlights as accepts 10 Best hardware.
Jumbotron central display screen just beginning of delights behind wheel of super-intelligent Mercedes E300.
Julie Lockhart, principal interaction designer for Mercedes-Benz R&D North America, says a big screen is part of what made Mercedes E300 fun for designers.
This year's 10 Best UX winners were honored at a special awards ceremony during the 2016 WardsAuto User Experience Conference in Novi, MI.
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