As part of the quality assurance process for the new Buick IntelliLink system, engineers are pushing people’s buttons–literally. In order to test the new infotainment system, screens are pressed more than 2 million times a week to ensure they always respond to commands.
Here at Pfeiffer Used Cars, we understand the frustration of a frozen computer screen, which is why Buick is verifying its systems work well and last as long as possible. The Buick IntelliLink system features a multi-function touchscreen, which connects to things like the audio system, phones, Wi-Fi, and climate control, according to Buick.
“Car shoppers expect their in-car infotainment systems to offer not only a full range of convenience features but also complete dependability and functionally,” said Karl Brauer, senior editor of Kelley Blue Book. “That means a rapid response to user inputs and hardware components that consistently withstand consumer demands.”
IntelliLink quality testing is just one more example of the dedication Buick has to its customers. Not only does it offer some of the best-performing and most luxurious cars on the road, but the automaker also ensures it produces durable products as well.