Hyundai Mobis develops vehicle quantum dot and local dimming display
Hyundai Mobis QL Display enhances colour reproduction and contrast ratio to OLED levels and also features a 27-inch large, curved screen and a slim 14.5mm design, with adaptability to slim down to 10mm.
Hyundai Mobis has developed a QL Display (Quantum Dot and Local Dimming Display) for vehicles. The QL Display combines 'Quantum Dot' technology, which enhances colour reproduction for a more realistic depiction of original colours, and 'Local Dimming' technology, which increases the contrast between light and dark colours for more precise image quality. The display maximizes brightness and clarity while offering the flexibility to slim down in thickness according to customer needs.
According to the company, the QL Display is recognized as a next-generation premium product in the vehicle display market. While the currently popular OLED displays offer high performance, their high-cost limits widespread application. In contrast, the QL Display is considered on par with OLED in terms of performance but also boasts competitive pricing.
Hyundai Mobis' self-designed and developed QL Display enhances colour reproduction and contrast ratio to OLED levels. It also features a 27-inch large, curved screen and a slim 14.5mm design, with adaptability to slim down to approximately 10mm per customer requests. The global vehicle display market is trending towards luxury with integrated large-screen structures extending from the driver's seat to the passenger side.
The Korean company, which is actively seeking new order opportunities in the premium vehicle display sector, plans to visit global automaker clients in North America and Europe to introduce and demonstrate the technology, highlighting the product's competitiveness. The QL Display is to be among Hyundai Mobis’ showcases at the CES 2024 in Last Vegas next month.
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