Car component maker Gentex Corporation and Aston Martin have announced the development of a new-generation hybrid cabin mirror for future British-made cars. A working prototype will be installed on DBS Superleggera and shown on CES.
The Gentex rear view system consists of three cameras and a Full Display Mirror (FDM) cabin mirror with an integrated liquid crystal display. A streaming video is broadcast on it, and the picture can be composed at its discretion. The cameras are mounted in the roof and side mirrors; There is an automatic image adjustment when the viewing angle automatically adapts to a change in the position of the mirror.
The FDM display is already in use on the Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato collector’s. The roof of the coupe is made of a single piece of carbon fiber and is devoid of a rear window, and the Gentex solution with one camera allows you to bypass the limitation of visibility and broadcast a high-definition panoramic picture inside the cabin. Hybrid Camera Monitoring System (CMS) with three cameras may well appear on future Astons.
Also in the early days of 2020, Aston Martin introduced a proprietary helicopter. It was built in collaboration with Airbus Corporate Helicopters and is equipped with a DB11 coupe interior. For the ACH130 Aston Martin Edition, brand designers have come up with four livery options and the corresponding interior design
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