With the proliferation of tablet-type displays in modern vehicles, the battle for infotainment system displays is becoming increasingly fierce. Automakers rely on user experience techniques, as well as crystal clear graphics to meet occupants' application and function needs.
Cadillac has just unveiled a new concept in the middle, a curved OLED screen that measures 38 inches from corner to corner. OLED technically outperforms the LCD screen in terms of clarity and experience, and Cadillac says its new creation is the industry's first "curved" OLED screen.
Yes, size matters for screens, but resolution is also key to staying competitive. Cadillac says the pixel density of this new OLED screen is double that of a 4K TV, suggesting that the clarity will be unprecedented.
The new gadget will be introduced for the first time in the new Cadillac Escalade 2021 SUV, and in the very short following video, we also noticed a green horizontal bar at the top of the steering wheel, an element that hints at the presence of technology Super Cruise in this new Escalade.
The all-new Cadillac Escalade will be unveiled on February 4 in Los Angeles during Oscar week.