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This collaboration between century old Aston Martin and relatively young LeTV could be the future of the how the British Manufacturer does infotainment.

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If this is what the final system could look like, it would be far superior to the current in-car tech in Astons.

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LeTV was given carte blanche for the design and came up with some concepts we would never expect to see in an Aston Martin.

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The 13.3 inch screen does somewhat dominate the cabin and might not fully make it through to production.

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Some of the design influence came from the world of electric cars, an area Aston Martin is beginning to look into.

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The 12.2-inch display that replaces the instrument panel could be updated and re-designed over the life of the car.

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You can also mimic the traditional, iconic Aston look.

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The interface is built on an Android platform and has a smartphone feel to it.

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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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