“Driver distraction is the main source of accidents — it’s not fast driving,” Zipse said, according to Automotive News. “In 10 years, that is gone,” Zipse said. “Probably the regulator will not allow it.”
According to Engadget, the HUD display can occupy from 2 to 9.5 inches up the width of the windshield. It can show basic dash cluster information such as speed and charge remaining or it can go into an augmented reality mode. The drivers choose the mode on a sliding scale via a touch slider.
To see it in action click on the Engadget video here, starting at minute 2:18.