Has anyone tried or suggested to Tesla, something to help stabilize your forearm (between elbow and fingertip) so that selection on the display is easier, quicker, and more accurate?
Trying to hold your fingertip steady for an accurate screen choice when it is pivoting way back at your shoulder in a moving/bouncing vehicle is kind of (if you'll pardon the pun) a Reach.
Maybe there's too much Engineering analysis in here but a small DAMPENED support for your mid-forearm, or even near the elbow, weak enough to allow you to move your forearm/fingertips up and down easily, while the car is bouncing around, would really help assure very easy fingertip selection...not to mention the decreased time you would be looking away from the road.
The challenge is making it look integrated and not frumpy in these beautiful cars. Would help every other car maker too.
If there is a thread about this issue somewhere else on the forums, please help. Lack of a search capability surprises this new user.