Center display - definition
The center display in an EV is mounted centrally onto the dashboard, in between the driver's seat and the passenger seat. This is usually where most of the infotainment controls go, along with climate controls and general car settings. In some EVs, a lot of essential controls such as windscreen wipers are also controlled through this screen.
Our spec pages list the size of the center display (in inches, measuring the panel's diagonal) and whether it's a touchscreen.
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