According to foreign media reports, remember when Tesla Model s was released, everyone was talking about its huge flat panel touch screen? According to the latest research from ABI research, Tesla is ahead of the curve and its interior design style will not develop at all. In the next decade, similar measurement methods will eventually be withdrawn from the mainstream and replaced by more digital trunking and cockpit. < / P > < p > this study is not surprising because we are already beginning to see the latest wave of new cars to be launched in the next few years with large screens and digital displays. ABI believes that by 2030, at least 12 inch large screens, virtual assistants driven by artificial intelligence, and video and game streaming will gradually reach hundreds of millions of cars. The researchers believe that with the development of advanced technology, cars will become more like rolling computers. In the future, an ECU will control front and rear seat infotainment, advanced driver assistance, digital instrument cluster and more. ABI lists companies such as NVIDIA, Qualcomm and others that may be able to make a big difference by using powerful processors to handle a large number of tasks. Not only that, they will also provide additional computing power for features introduced through wireless software updates. At present, there is still a technology that is highly expected, that is, augmented reality (AR). We have seen some car manufacturers introduce ar features in their products, and the 2021 Mercedes Benz S-class will adopt an AR enabled head up display, but ABI does not believe that this technology will become the mainstream car in the next decade. The report shows that the number of app store purchases soared in the first half of this year due to the impact of covid-19