You should be able to scroll through the display options with the rocker switch on the right side of the steering wheel.Can I ask how you found it? I have a 2019 Niro Phev and it came back from dealer today with a digital speedometer where the energy flow used to be.
I did not see a star button.On the 2022 PHEV you can program the home screen on the infotainment screen to be whatever you want. Just have to push the button that looks like a star to bring it up.
For cars that have the button, it's not on the screen. It's a physical button below the screen. As I mentioned, it's possible that not all trim levels have the radio with that button. Your 2020 has a completely different system than mine had, so I can't advise how to set up that wider screen presentation. I was jealous when I saw the updated model, but then I saw all the complaints about the revised pedestrian warning sound. I have to wait and see what the 2023 sounds like, fingers crossed they've listened to the complaints.I did not see a star button.
OH! I'd not noticed that star button below the screen. That does it! Thanks for the tip. When I pushed that button (after acknowledging the warning) it went straight to the screen I had when I'd shut the car off except it took a while for "preparing navigation".For cars that have the button, it's not on the screen. It's a physical button below the screen.