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Tesla-style MFD center console screen

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Been seeing more of these -- any first hand experience?

 

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Have actually heard good things about it


 

 


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Would swap a CBA unit for it in a heartbeat, but imo not worth it for DBA.
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yea agreed. i was debating doing the Legertas cba->dba upgrade but this seems like a good alternative. just wanting first-hand experience from anyone that has used it for feedback.



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Honestly not a fan of it. The portrait layout of the display just looks odd to me. And I think it looks odd on the Tesla model S too. Also maybe I'm in the minority but I do think there is a limit on how big a screen should be in a car. To much of anything is not good. I'd prefer the oem radio be replaced with an iPad mini that's perfectly sunken in with a nice bezel. But someone needs to figure out the climate controls because I'm not a fan of keeping the whole radio and relocating it as I've seen others do. Ideally the climate controls should be adjusted through the iPads touch display.

Edited by VR_power, 27 November 2020 - 11:14 AM.





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