The new display system is the result of Delphi's acquisition of Pure Depth, a company from New Zealand best known for producing casino gaming screens.

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With typical gaming machine screens a bit too big to fit into a car, Pure Depth had to resize its technology to a more dashboard-friendly size. In the case of the Ford Mustang GT concept cabin, which Delphi is showing at CES, it's a 12.3-inch unit.

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Graphics on the multilayer display are impressive with crisp and vibrant visuals that look better than any other car screen currently on the market.

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The depth provided by the two pieces of glass used for the display also adds another layer of visual appeal that hasn't been seen yet in a car interior.

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The Delphi system will get sharper, too. Currently, screen resolution is at 1,440x540 pixels, but will improve to 1,920x780 pixels in future generations of the system.

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Delphi's new multilayer display was first shown at CES 2017 in Las Vegas.

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