How EVs are digitalizing the dashboard

How EVs are digitalizing the dashboard

Publication Date: 07-Oct-2022

EVs generally deploy dashboards that have more digital instrumentation and fewer analog gauges, thanks to their varied information requirements driven by higher levels of connectivity and autonomy, as well as a concerted push for a clean and minimalistic interior design.

This report explores how the cockpit experience in electric vehicles (EVs) is getting increasingly digital and less mechanical vis-à-vis the conventional internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles.

The report reflects on the main drivers of digitalization inside the dashboard and includes an overview of key EV players and their main offerings and how they are responding to the cockpit digitalization revolution.

1. Overview
a) Report summary
b) Research methodology
c) Introduction

2. Technology analysis
a) Overview
b) Instrument cluster
c) Center stack display (CSD)
d) Pillar-to-pillar displays
e) Front passenger display
f) HVAC/climate controls
g) Proximity sensing, gestures, and haptics
h) Cockpit domain controller
i) Augmented reality (AR) cockpit applications
j) AI cockpit applications

3. Market analysis
a) Demand trends for instrument clusters
b) Demand trends for CSDs
c) Demand trends for CDC versus head unit

4. OEM analysis
a) Overview
b) Comparison: 2022 Ford Mustang vs Ford Mustang Mach-E

5. Key takeaways

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