Hyundai Motors has just unveiled its latest design study for their future virtual cockpit technology and the Korean carmaker claims it’s the most intuitive and comfortable prototype they’ve made.

The instrument cluster display adopts a multi-layer display (MLB) technology which consists of two displays stacked onto each other to allow visual 3D effects with depth of field. This effect helps to convey information to the driver with less distraction and is more comfortable to the human eye.

The odd-looking steering wheel houses touch sensitive displays with haptic feedback to access menu shortcuts. Depending on the driving situation or the driver’s individual needs, the layout and display can be changed indefinitely. This offer driver’s maximum freedom to tailor the layout to their preferences.

This next-generation cockpit was installed on a Hyundai i30 to demonstrate that the latest technologies are not limited to high-end models but also achievable for a broad customer base. Although, we believe Hyundai can work on the presentation a bit better…


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Adrian Chia
He believes that the perfect remedy to Monday blues is a mixture of 4 wheels, clear roads and a pinch of twisty tarmac. A hot hatch is the icing on the cake.