A video of what is likely the new Porsche Taycan interior has released and while it's only an 18 second video there's a lot we can see regarding the infotainment system.
As the system starts to turn on you can see a small display bar turn on above the main screen, with information like "multimedia," the temperature, "comfort" (most likely the driving mode), and "home," with an arrow beside it like you'd find on your Google maps phone app. The video doesn't show whether this display is a touchscreen or if it could be customized, but at the very least it looks like it will give you some basic information when you're driving.
There is also an odd looking gear shifter that appears to be a raised touchscreen you can swipe through with your finger. The shifter changes color depending on what gear you're in, blue is park, grey is neutral, red is reverse, and green is drive.
When the main interface turns on it is divided into different sections. While it's hard to see clearly, on the top you get the navigation system. Below the navigation you see an "Autopilot" feature, which could be similar to Tesla's feature but we don't know for sure. It’s hard to tell from the video, but the "Autopilot" could be related to automatic parking.
When the driver swipes into reverse, the screen changes and the lines appear for a backup camera in between two digital vehicles (other Taycans?). It looks like the Taycan starts to move and you can hear the beeping sound from the parking sensors as it inches closer. The driver swipes into drive and the screen turns back to normal and the Taycan moves forward.
Another interesting part of the video is that it briefly shows us the digital instrument cluster, including the speedometer, driving mode, temperature, and time.