In order to improve safety, comfort, luxury, and security in electric cars, a variety of technologies, including gesture control systems, high-tech entertainment systems, head-up displays, telematics, central controllers, and steering-mounted controls, are being employed more often.
The governments of several nations throughout the world are putting into effect legislation related to vehicle security and safety. Global demand for electronic products, particularly smart displays, has been sparked by this.
Particularly for commuters, mobile workers, tourists, and travellers, in-vehicle infotainment systems and electronic components play a significant role.
The advancements in cockpit electronics technologies improve the driving and riding experiences for both drivers and passengers.
The size, quantity, and quality of cockpit electronics displays are likely to rise, opening up new business opportunities.
Additionally, it is anticipated that the integration of speech recognition, an AI-enhanced agent, and natural language processing would accelerate market growth.
The India EV Display Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH
Future plans for Mahindra will focus on electric vehicles, and the automaker plans to introduce three brand-new EV models as part of its “Born EV” portfolio.
At the top of the dashboard, it has a very large digital screen that should house both the touchscreen infotainment system and the digital driver’s display.
While keen observers will notice that its layout is mostly identical to that of the XUV700, the Born EV differs in that the upper half of the dash is somewhat more minimalistic, with all of the AC vents located in the middle.
The driver’s cockpit, where a thick panel surrounds the driver from the door trim to the centre console, is unquestionably the coolest aspect of the interior.
The cherry on top of the futuristic appearance is the crimson finish. Alongside the driver, we also saw a somewhat angular steering wheel, a gear lever, and a rotary knob that were probably used to adjust the drive modes.
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