5 2023 Cars With Big Screens

Massive infotainment and navigation screens are now a standard part of the driving experience.

Andy Stonehouse | 
Jun 7, 2023 | 3 min read


You might have noticed that a lot of new vehicles, especially electric cars and trucks, now sport control and infotainment displays that look a lot like widescreen televisions. In this competitive segment, even a 15.0-inch navigation screen is no longer the biggest in the business.
Here are five cars with big screens that stand out.


2023 Porsche Taycan interior dashboardPorsche

2023 Porsche Taycan ($93,000)

A vision of finely crafted German minimalism, the 16.8-inch-wide curved display in the Porsche Taycan electric vehicle's (EV) Advanced Cockpit offers full-digital instrument renderings and controls that mimic Porsche's classic gauge style. It's part of the vehicle's available four-screen cockpit setup, which includes a 10.9-inch infotainment/navigation screen integrating Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, a horizontal 8.4-inch screen to control temperature settings, and an optional 10.9-inch screen for your copilot (part of the $5,300 technology package). This may strike some classic Porsche fans as overkill, but it's still a combination likely to impress.
2023 Tesla Model S and Model X infotainment screensTesla Model S | Model X

2023 Tesla Model S and Model X ($89,000 and $98,000)

Tesla was one of the first companies to make a tablet-sized display central to its driving experience, and its newer, standard 17.0-inch display system continues the trend of centralized and fully digital management of infotainment, navigation, and even basic controls (including a digitized shift control). In typical Tesla fashion, you can also use the display to watch movies or play games when the car is parked.


2023 Lucid Air infotainment screenManuel Carrillo III | Capital One

2023 Lucid Air ($89,000)

As if its 500-plus-mile range wasn't impressive enough, Lucid's luxury EV also packs a stunning 34.0-inch Glass Cockpit display, rendered in 5K for vivid clarity. Stretching halfway across the dash, Lucid's giant screen features a large gauge cluster in the middle, vehicle controls on the left, and infotainment and navigation displays on the right, all of it with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility and Amazon Alexa Built-In included. There's also a digital temperature control screen, the Pilot Panel, situated beneath that, making the whole cabin look like some sort of human transporter from the 22nd century.


2023 Cadillac Escalade interior dashboardCadillac

2023 Cadillac Escalade ($83,000)

The 38.0-inch-wide curved OLED display that comes standard in the new Escalade is a marvel of multisurfaced data and infotainment. It appears to the driver as one complete touchscreen displaying trip computer functions on the left, a reconfigurable central instrument display, and a 16.9-inch-wide infotainment and navigation screen to the right — all stretched halfway across the dash. It's a lot to look at, but it's well organized and still offers Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Its 3D renderings of the vehicle to assist with parking may strike you as especially impressive. If you're not the reach-and-poke-the-screen kind of driver, you can also use the car's touch-sensitive rotary knob to manage input.


2023 Mercedes EQS 580 interior dashboardMercedes-Benz

2023 Mercedes EQS 580 ($127,000)

Looking more like the digital cockpit of an Airbus A380 passenger aircraft than an automobile, the 56.0-inch-wide MBUX Hyperscreen found in the Mercedes-Benz EQS sedan is a whopper. It really consists of three screens — a 17.7-inch central infotainment screen with digital instrument displays on either side, one with driver's instruments and another for your passenger. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility is included. The cumulative effect can seem striking, with the passenger-side screen offering a few novelties.

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