The custom Bentley Continental GTC with QNX software debuted earlier this year, but it's back at BlackBerry Live with two new features. The highlight feature, demonstrated during the keynote on the first day of BlackBerry Live, was videoconferencing, which easily connects to another person with a BlackBerry 10 phone. In addition, the BlackBerry 10 phone, such as the Z10, can direct the car to download software updates, which might include bits like new maps. It's also no longer powered by QNX; BlackBerry has renamed it BlackBerry 10 to better align it with its other products.
BlackBerry used a prototype curved DLP screen from Texas Instruments to get the unique look of the touch-screen dashboard. The screen actually senses your fingers before they touch, and automatically brings up options to press. The physical knob at the bottom is used for navigation.