In-dash navigation and instrument clusters don't need to be pretty, but when they are, it's a bonus. Case in point: NVIDIA's new Drive CX platform. The digital dashboards look pretty snazzy thanks to the company's graphics heritage, with the surfaces for the gauges following the properties of the materials they're simulating. Meaning, not only do the bamboo or carbon fiber skins look like a version of the real McCoy from head-on, but they also reflect light and color in ways that the actual material would in the real world, too. NVIDIA says this is all possible thanks to the newly unveiled Tegra X1 processor.