Dashboard displays will be the hub of the connected vehicle

‘Superscreens’ combined with connected intelligence can create an enjoyable and intuitive in-vehicle experience. By Jack Hunsley.

The dashboard is undergoing a revolution. Spearheaded by Tesla’s tablet-like centre console, players both old and new are now working on bigger and better interfaces.

Special report: Automotive HMI

Most concepts focus on increasing the size of the centre console display and repurposing the space where physical dials are usually housed. More forward-looking concepts envisage a future where the entire dashboard, A-pillar to A-pillar, is one single seamless interface.

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