During the ongoing Society for Information Display event held in Los Angeles, TCL CSOT revealed its first automotive display. The company already excels in TV screens and now its bringing its expertise to vehicles with a massive 47 incher.
In the case of TCL, it’s a 47.5-inch continuous display beneath 1.4-meter-wide curved glass that runs from one side of the vehicle to the other. The entire display area is equipped with in-cell touch sensing and responds to multiple inputs, allowing both the driver on one end and passenger on the other end to operate it at the same time.
The curved display has a radius of 4,200R, an integrated instrument cluster with no borders, the control center, and the infotainment . With a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 and a native 8K resolution, the mini-LED matrix with 3,000 local dimming zones is the highest resolution screen in the automobile industry.
The company did not share information about any automaker that has committed to installing it in any of its vehicles. We will update you once the story develops.