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Harman modified this Maserati GranCabrio to show off its latest dashboard electronics concept, the Digital Cockpit.
The Digital Cockpit concept demonstrates what automakers could implement in future models, and leverages the display technology from Harman's parent company Samsung.
On start-up, the car conducts a security check to make sure it hasn't been hacked displaying the results on its OLED instrument cluster.
The OLED instrument cluster allows ultimate flexibility in graphics, as it is able to show different gauge types and infotainment information.
A wide center screen, using Samsung's QLED technology, shows typical driver-oriented information, such as navigation.
The passenger can view different content, such as a personal video library.
In this concept, the large screen can fold down to minimize its display.
A curved OLED screen on the console shows off climate controls.
The curved OLED can also show deeper settings that lets drivers customize the car's interface.
Dials in the dashboard use embedded OLED screens, letting them be used for different functions, with appropriate graphics.
Harman uses a standard LCD in place of the rear-view mirror, showing video from a rear camera and two side cameras.