1991 Acura NSX: Stacked
April 30, 2012
We've been annoyed by the lean-and-reach center stack and audio/climate controls in our long-term Toyotas. The Sienna comes to mind, and the Camry isn't much better. Most of us liked the Kia Optima's upright center stack that canted toward the driver. The Infiniti M56's bulging waterfall center was pretty classy, and the Volvo S60's brushed metallic suspended vee-stack is just painfully Scandinavian hip.
But the NSX's sloping center stack still wins after all these years. Easy reach, every thing at hand, and adds a subtle dynamic effect to the cabin.
Dan Frio, Automotive Editor