It sucks, doesn't it?
And really good, bright LCD displays (virtually sunlight readable) like the Xenarc 702TSV have brain-dead firmware - like the inability to tell it "please never reverse the image". As a result, 10 percent of the time when your car computer comes out of hibernation, centrafuse (or whatever you are using as a front end) is unreadable because
!sdrawkcab ekil ,lla si yalpsid eritne ehT
You have to power the display off/on to fix it.
By now there should be a $150 7" touchscreen with 1000 nits, smart (fully configurable) firmware, and a DVI with EDID (or HDMI) input. Instead you pay over $400 in the case of the aforementioned, and it works OK if you can get your chipset to allow you to modify timings and the display happens not to choose bizaarro mode when it powers up.