Cadillac VS Audi: Who Has Better OLED Concept?

Aug 18, 2016 07:20 AM EDT | Eve C.


Cadillac is developing a new model with an advanced technology like a curved OLED. But it looks like they are trying to compete with Audi. But who will win between Cadillac vs Audi in terms of the high technology display?

We often hear the acronym OLED in mobile phones and other tech gadgets but rarely in vehicles. Perhaps that is the reason everyone seems to be surprised.

For those who are not familiar with the term, OLED stands for "organic light-emitting mode." As per the description, OLED "is a light-emitting diode (LED) in which the emissive electroluminescent layer is a film of organic compound that emits light in response to an electric current."

So, what will happen if Cadillac will include a curved OLED into their anticipated model? Basically, Slashgear reported that the additional feature will be seen on the dashboard, replacing the current dial meters with a more animated display.

However, the tech-savvy feature will allow the information and animations to travel across the entire screen, making it more of advanced. Aside from that, it can show the driver a 3D rendition of the maps.

Cadillac will unveil the latest concept at the Monterey Car Week. Most likely, OLED might be the next big thing for the interiors very soon.

On the other hand, Auto Car noted that the American Brand is trying to compete with Audi E-Tron Quattro concepts. The latter has been developing the system for quite some time.

The aforementioned has not imparted details about the very much-awaited model. On the other hand, Audi has been mentioning the advantages of putting OLED screens into their cars.

Stay tuned for more updates regarding the upcoming Cadillac model. In the meantime, who do you think has a better feature between Cadillac vs Audi? Let us know in the comments below.

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