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    Came across this pic of the MFD on the new 308. Maybe a slightly matt or satin finish on the glass might have been a better option-assuming that it is glass.

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    That's what any Android/iOS tablet looks like when it's not turned on - maybe even a Windows mobile device too (I've never seen one).

    It looks tatty when it's not on, but you don't usually see it when it's powered up and displaying something.

    I'm still yet to test drive a 308, mind you. My 208 screen is probably similar if the car is off and in direct sunlight, but I have never noticed it as it's always displaying a map or other functions, like the trip computer or the radio.
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