Do you really not get how you're wrong here or are you just being argumentative? I'm thinking it's the latter. The false equivalencies and other logical fallacies you employ to try to establish your personal preferences as arguable facts are uninteresting and not conducive to reaching any sort of mutual understanding.They don’t apply because the limitations you cite for a small smartphone screen don‘t exist on a Tesla’s screen. Tesla has twice as much real estate on its screen as other manufacturers do, yet the others don’t have the same problems with legibility. Beyond that, many of Tesla’s menus already require scrolling, so your claim is pretty much a non sequitur.