Aston Martin will no longer have to build their own infotainment system if this collaboration with LeTV comes to fruition.
This collaboration between century old Aston Martin and relatively young LeTV could be the future of the how the British Manufacturer does infotainment.
If this is what the final system could look like, it would be far superior to the current in-car tech in Astons.
LeTV was given carte blanche for the design and came up with some concepts we would never expect to see in an Aston Martin.
The 13.3 inch screen does somewhat dominate the cabin and might not fully make it through to production.
Some of the design influence came from the world of electric cars, an area Aston Martin is beginning to look into.
The 12.2-inch display that replaces the instrument panel could be updated and re-designed over the life of the car.
You can also mimic the traditional, iconic Aston look.
The interface is built on an Android platform and has a smartphone feel to it.
Some vehicle aspects, such as climate control and interior lights, can be controlled, but there is no connection to the drivetrain system management software for security reasons.
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