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Automotive head-up display or HUD, is a technical and safety feature transparent device, which displays key information such as navigation direction, speed of the car, time, and distance travelled, directly in the driver’s line of sight. The automotive head-up display avoids and reduces chances of distraction of the driver by providing key information to him. It displays information either on the windshield of the car or on a separate screen. The automotive head-up display is presently installed in the latest models of cars such as Jaguar XF, Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, BMW 7series, Audi A7, and Mercedes-Benz S-class.

Rise in demand for automotive head-up display, which is generally available in the new cars owing to its advantages of projecting key information, is expected to drive the automotive head-up display market during the forecast period. Furthermore, in older vehicles, it is possible to install the automotive head-up display owing to its low-cost structure.

Certain automotive head-up displays also respond to voice command and recognize hand gestures owing to the increase in modernization in the automobile industry. This enables the motorist of the vehicle to opt for the shortest possible route or distance to travel. The automotive head-up display uses nano-technologies in order to avoid double reflection.

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These systems provide night vision, which projects all the major information to the driver on the screen and is expected to drive the adoption of automotive head up display in automotive industries during the forecast period. It provides lucrative opportunities for modernization of the automotive industry. Automotive head-up displays are expensive and non-upgradable in passenger vehicles, which is anticipated to be a major restrain to the automotive head-up display market during the forecast period.