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Stellantis designer wants to remove all screens from interiors

The replacement will, according to the designer, be "less intrusive, but add more serenity".

Thierry Métroz - the chief designer of Citroen's premium sub-brand DS, is reported to have expressed a desire to "revolutionise" car interiors by removing all screens.

According to a media report, Metroz feels that the current trend of having multiple large screens in cars "is a bit stupid" and not part of DS's philosophy. He added that when the screen is switched off, it becomes just another rectangular surface with multiple fingerprints and isn't luxurious. Although, he did agree that delivering all the information to the driver, will be a big challenge.

While Metroz currently doesn't have a solution to the screens, he did say that DS could look at new technologies which could replace screens. The replacement will, according to the designer, be "less intrusive, but add more serenity".

Source: Autocar

 
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