According tomedia reports, Cadillac Kared is known to be a big model, while the 2021 Ryder will obviously have a matching screen. The GM luxury car brand announced Monday that one of the main features of the 2021 Carlyle will feature a truly huge display — a 38-inch curved OLED screen that extends from the left side of the steering wheel to the middle of the SUV dashboard.
While this is not the first electric SUV by electric car start-up Byton, with a dashboard screen of 48 inches, it is undoubtedly the largest screen ever unveiled by a traditional carmaker for the mass market. The combination of size, surface and OLED technology gives Cadillac what it calls “industry first.”
In addition, Cadillac said the display will have twice the pixel density of a 4K TV, which will have the largest color range in the automotive industry. But the company declined to say more about what was on the display or whether consumers would see similar screens on other models in the future. If you want to learn more, you’ll have to wait until The Escalade releases in February next year.
The interesting thing about the Cadillac installing the screen on the Karede is that the SUV will be the next vehicle equipped with the company’s self-proclaimed super cruise driver assistance system that frees drivers’ hands while driving on the highway.