As veterans of the [UNKNOWN] Circuit, we're no stranger to wacky concept interiors with inconceivably large displays.
However, the 2019 Frankfort Motor Show would see the inconceivable is becoming reality.
And we're seeing a number of God's honest production cars debut with increasingly large and complex dashboard displays.
It would seem that dashboards are evolving here in Frankfort, we're gonna take a look at some of the most interesting ones.
Of course the king of the bigger screens is the Viking invite which debut here in the Frankfort Auto Show.
It features a massive 48 inch screen which stretches from pillar to pillar displaying everything from navigation, to driver aid, from vehicle health to driver health.
And you control it using gestures or this driver tablet on the steering wheel.
There's also a duplicate version of that driver tablet in the center console so the passenger can get in on the control.
On this QE Electric hatchback also features a dashboard display that stretches all the way across the dash But it's composed of three smaller screens that are stitched together into one seamless panel and because he uses a rear view camera system instead of side view mirrors you've also got display that he's a pillar to show those always on live feed of course is tae kwon features a widescreen display that augments its fully digital history Cluster and secondary control display on the center console but there's also the option to extend the screen the full width of the dashboard.
Giving passengers the ability to do whatever they're doing when they're not just holding on to their butts, due to the electric exhilaration Now for something completely differently Audi AI Trail concept.
This vehicle is designed for enjoying the great outdoors so there's no real dashboard to see here.
Instead, you'll plus your smartphone into a port on top of the steering column and you'll use that for your navigation and other info.
This next one is gonna be a little bit difficult to illustrate in video because it's 3D and your screen is probably 2D.
But this is Bosch's 3D automotive display and it's basically a way to render 3D graphics in a car's display without the need for cameras, special glasses or any sensors.
This is going to be very useful for things like augmented reality navigation or popping warnings out in a way that very eye catching for the driver.
Now, I'm not 100% sure how they do this, but I believe it's some sort of lenticular technology but the fineness of the lenticular lens and the high resolution of these graphics are unlike any that I've seen.
When you get off access, it just looks like a regular 2D display so the passenger can enjoy it also, it's pretty impressive tip.
No doubt some of you have already had contact with large dashboard displays like Mercedes Benz this in the UX system over my shoulder here.
But in coming years, those screens are going to get ever larger and more interesting places.
That's gonna look at some of the most interesting dashboard technologies of the 2019 Frank Parada show.
Be sure to check out the rest of our coverage of the show for even more information about the vehicles you've seen today.