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UX Evaluation: Lynk & Co 01 21MY



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Report Summary:

Strategy Analytics conducted an evaluation of the Lynk & Co 01 21MY.
The infotainment system does the job with a large amount of real state that allows having a very flat menu structure. It also has some nice touches and ‘not-so-hidden gems’, which may surprise and delight their target customers. Wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay may mitigate the pain of not having GAS when wanting to use Google Maps, but the voice assistant’s metallic quality is likely to be off-putting.


Table of Contents

Executive Summary. 5

Introduction.. 7

Methodology. 8

Overview of Displays and Controls. 9

Head Unit General Layout. 9

Status bar and Swipe-down menu.. 10

Array of soft keys. 11

Home view.. 11

Additional pages for apps or widgets. 13

Feature pages. 13

Instrument Cluster. 14

Steering wheel switches. 17

Speech function.. 20

Climate hardwired controls. 20

Media hardwired control 21

Climate. 22

Media. 23

Radio.. 25

Spotify. 25

Bluetooth & USB.. 26

Communication.. 27

Settings. 30

Journey Camera. 32

Gaming. 33

Insights. 34

Analyst Contacts. 36

Other Contacts: 36


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