The Soul has a capacitive touchscreen just like a smartphone’s, so it’s responsive, not herky-jerky and hesitant, as with so many other cars. Imagine that.
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The accessory maker had a crowdfunded hit with its universal docking station; now it wants to make a version for your car.
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