Snapped some real world photos of the 2023 RAV4 Prime interior screens at the LA Auto Show

  1. Does anyone know what the resolution is on the infotainment display? And do you think the reversing camera will have been upgraded to match because it is like watching a VHS pirate video on long play.😂

  2. My pleasure! Manufacturers usually take removable items off vehicles before displaying them at shows (or at least that's what I've heard).

  3. Maybe I’m in the minority, but a massive center console screen that isn’t integrated into the vehicle’s design is not appealing. The graphics look much more crisp than in my ‘22, but other than that, it doesn’t seem to be an upgrade infotainment wise.

  4. The graphics are better here by a long shot. I think the lighting at the convention center threw off my camera's focus. If you're going from a 2022 RAV4 Prime XSE to a 2023 Rav4 Prime XSE, the screen increases in size by just 1 inch (9 inches to 10 inches).

  5. Most the screens look like a bad install after thought. Rather than a pre-engineered design. Try a little hard Toyota. Sure it’s cost effective with making a consistent dash for all models then slapping on a screen for higher models, but the integration definitely takes away from the aesthetics.

  6. The 2023 XSE has a 10.5 inch multimedia screen (music, navigation, etc.) and a 12.3 inch multi information display screen (speed gauge cluster, warning lights, etc.). These are both smaller on the SE trim.

  7. Oh wow so futuristic lol. Toyota is so far behind the times w these dashes. This is so uninspiring. At least they drive forever though.

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