2010 Toyota Prius Touch Tracer Display Makes Buttons IntuitiveWes Siler3/03/09 4:40pmFiled to: Gadgets2010 Toyota Prius Touch Tracer DisplayTouch Tracer DisplayTouch Tracer2010 Toyota PriusToyota PriusToyotaPrius2010 PriusTouch TraceDisplayTouch Trace DisplayTop311EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink The 2010 Toyota Prius uses a clever display that mimics user inputs on steering wheel-mounted buttons in the information display meaning you can keep your eyes on the road and not on the buttons. Although we'll have more on this intuitive system when we're allowed to run our embargoed drive of the new Prius, we figured we'd give you an early taste. It's one of those things that's incredibly simple, yet incredible effective. The two round steering wheel-mounted button clusters are repeated in the information display. That display is mounted at the top of the vehicle's dash, with a focal range approximate to that needed for viewing the road. As you push one of the buttons, the two circles appear in the display and the button you push is highlighted in orange - a visual feedback that confirms your selections. Advertisement Advertisement The steering wheel controls include: audio functions, climate control, trip computer, dynamic radar cruise control, telephone, and lane keep assist. In short, most of the secondary functions you'll commonly use while driving.