The 31-inch Theatre Screen in the BMW i8 will bring a truly cinematic experience to the driver’s seat. With a 32:9 aspect ratio and resolution up to 8K, this large-screen display comes down from the headliner of the vehicle, allowing the front and rear-seat passengers to watch movies in high-definition.
The vehicle will also come equipped with Bowers & Wilkins speakers and dual wireless headphones for those passengers who want to enjoy their movie-going experience while in the car.
Volume controls are conveniently located on the rear door handles and the side of the Theatre Screen. The system is designed to be a complete, whole-car experience.
For drivers who don’t want to lose sight of the road, the screen can also be used with a Bluetooth headset to hear the movie without disturbing other passengers.
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Until then, it will only be available on select models. If the BMW Theatre Screen becomes available, expect it to go on sale shortly.
The BMW Theatre Screen will also block the rearview mirror, so the drivers will still have the ability to see what is happening in the rearview mirror.
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Despite the large size of the screen, the driver will be able to see the small LCD screen, which may cause FOMO. The car will also come with a built-in DVD player. Its release date has not yet been revealed.
But the car is already fitted with lounge chairs. Besides being comfortable, the BMW Theatre Screen also has a USB port for your phone. The device will allow you to stream videos and music.
While the BMW Theatre Screen is still a prototype, the large screen will block the rearview mirror. This is a good thing, as drivers can still see the screen when they are looking out the back.
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While the screen is big, it will also be blocking the rearview mirror, which may lead to a case of FOMO. The Theater Screen is not available yet, but it is expected to come in a few years.
The Theater is an immersive whole-car experience, and the drivers can enjoy it without the help of a rearview mirror. A full-screen experience will not only make your car more stylish but will give you a great sense of immersion.
Its design can fold, but the car can still see the smaller LCD screen, which can cause FOMO. The BMW Theater Screen is currently only in the concept stage.