Continental demonstrated a new concept in which the three rear-view mirrors in a car are replaced by cameras and two OLED HDR displays. The so called "Camera Monitor System" improves the cars' safety, efficiency and comfort.
Continental explains that such a system eliminates glare, is better protected against dust and dirt, eliminated exterior mirror damage, gives better vision in poor light and rain, minimizes wind resistance and road noise and eliminates blind spots.
The dual displays use 12.3" Full-HD OLED panels, mounted on the left and right of the A-pillar inside the vehicle's cabin. Continental has been collaborating with Samsung before on flexible OLEDs.
This isn't actually the first time we hear of such a concept. Back in 2012, Audi even installed a digital internal rear-view AMOLED mirror in the new R18 race cars.