The interior has three screens, one for the driver, one center and one for the passenger, getting rid of most of the tactile controls. The top part of the cockpit "is for pleasure and performance," while the bottom part houses your infotainment, climate and driving information.
A few dials and switches remain, with a row of switches where the shifter would be for ride height, windows, locking and mode setups. Three billet rotary dials control the climate, drive modes and gear selection, with thoughtfully integrated digital displays in the center of each.
Blender Pro from Binnenland.ch
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HMI Gallery is a collection of case studies showcasing the features, functionality, fonts and iconography of digital interface design in high performance vehicles.
Curated by Ben Morris