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Infotainment systems? That's so 1986 | Hagerty Media

Touchscreens are so ubiquitous in daily life today it's hard to imagine a time before them. They've replaced conventional controls on everything from cell phones, to refrigerators, to automobile center stacks. And while jabbing your finger at a car's flat-screen seems like a modern pastime, the first car to use one arrived more than 30 years ago.
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Chevrolet had an AM-FM stereo radio in 1965. Refer to the Motor Trend road test of the '65 Chevelle SS396 (Z-16). It was also available on the big Chevy. Cadillac started offering a stereo for the 1966 model year.