Audi R8 e-tron makes reversing easier with digital rear-view mirror
The supercar doesn’t have a rear window to improve its aerodynamic profile – so it can’t use a standard mirror. Instead, pictures from a lightweight camera mounted on the rear of the car are fed to a 7.7in Samsung-built AMOLED screen.
Although the Le Mans R18 e-tron features the same tech – the R8 e-tron is the first production car to replace the conventional rear-view mirror with a digital version. Down the line, it could include some interesting extra features – like augmented reality overlays showing the speed of following cars, for example.