Nvidia shows how your car's displays could work (pictures)
At CES 2013, NVidia showed prototype cabin electronic interfaces running off its Tegra 3 chip, and they look a lot better than anything in production.
LAS VEGAS--Mounted in a buck, a center dashboard piece outside of a car, Nvidia demonstrated the power of its Tegra 3 processor for automotive applications during CES 2013. This Linux-based interface shows what automakers could be building into cars, with Nvidia's hardware and good graphics designers. This screen shows an elliptical menu, which the driver could merely swipe to choose different car functions.
Next to the center display prototype, Nvidia had this LCD instrument cluster, which not only showed vehicle and engine speed, but had a center area that could be used to show a phone's contact list, music selection, or any other information. The display could also change themes on the fly.