Driver's display - definition
The driver's display in an EV is mounted in front of the driver's seating position, behind the wheel, and generally shows all the information that's relevant to driving, such as speed, regeneration level, battery percentage, range left, and much more. Depending on model, you may also get some navigation info here, as well as the feed from the reversing cameras while you're reversing, or from the blind spot cameras when you use the indicators to signal a lane change.
Our spec pages list the size of this display, in inches (the measurement is of the diagonal of the panel).
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