Volkswagen's first mass-produced electric vehicle, the ID.3, will get a dual-screen infotainment system and a gear selector inspired by the BMW i3.
The centre console is topped with a screen running what appears to be a variation of the infotainment system debuted in the Touareg SUV, below which sit capacitive climate control sliders.
The buttons below those sliders also appear to be touch-based, although it's hard to see in the video.
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The driver is faced with another free-standing screen, which features three cards arranged horizontally. Off to the right-hand side is a BMW i3-aping rotating gear selector.
Along with the ID, these pictures could offer a hint as to what we're expecting from the eighth-generation Golf, which will also get a dual-screen infotainment setup.