From what I gather (I may have misunderstood) the OP is seeing it "live" in their vehicle so I would have thought Kia would easily have been able to eliminate this if it was unintended and due to a hardware limitation. I am interested to know as well since this new screen appears on all new model Australian Picantos regardless of trim level.The strobing in that video is more likely due to the refresh rate of the screen. No idea what rate they are refreshing at but they are usually not detectable by the human eye unless it is refreshing slower than usual.
Can't be a screen refresh as it changes speed. Also you can change the look of this and even stop it via the themes option. Hope this helpsI watched the video again after being in the car. I must admit I had never looked at the digital speed with enough attention to notice it: even in my Stonic which uses the same cluster display, I can see the background is ‘animated’ but in my case is very subtle and not as evident as in the video. Mind you this was today in bright daylight. I’ll look again if I drive when it’s dark. I certainly wouldn’t describe it as a strobing effect, more like a ‘screen refresh’ effect and it doesn’t seem to matter what speed im currently travelling at.