In what seems like a trend that has been started by Tesla, huge tablet-like infotainment systems have become prominent among new cars these days. Whether it’s the vertically-oriented displays found in Teslas, which you can also see in the new Ford Explorer, Renault Clio, and several other cars, or the massive screen spied in the upcoming Mercedes S-Class, we can’t deny that tablets are the future of in-car infotainment systems.
Heck, Panasonic even pushes it by introducing the “cabin of the future” which has a massive tablet in the passenger area. Now, whether you’re in favor of this massive screen trend or not is beyond us.
Nissan, however, is sure that it’s against that trend, as seen on its Ariya Concept that was showcased at the Tokyo Motor Show last year.
According to Nissan, they chose a different path because of two things:…