The MG ZS EV has been revealed to have the most distracting infotainment system, according to new research analysis.
The Compensation Experts analysed data from a What Car? experiment, ranking vehicles on how distracting their infotainment systems are, based on six common driving tasks.
The tests included turning up the temperature by 2 degrees, increasing fan speed, zooming out on the sat nav map, canceling route guidance, switching radio to BBC Radio 4, and using voice control to find the nearest service station.
Scoring 12 points out of a possible 30 across the six tests, the MG ZS EV tops the ranking for distractions.
The Fiat 500X was the second most distracting, gaining only 14 points.
|MG ZS EV||8.0in touchscreen||12|
|Fiat 500X||7-inch touchscreen and Uconnect Live||14|
|Skoda Citigo-e iV||colour screen and phone holder||16|
|Peugeot 508 SW||10-inch Connected 3D Navigation and voice recognition||17|
|Lexus RX||7-inch touchscreen, Honda Connect and Garmin navigation||18|
|Nissan Juke||Nissan Connect||19|
|Toyota Corolla||Touch 2 media system and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto||20|
|Jaguar XE||10-inch Touch Pro Duo system||21|