If it looks low res, you may have to do this to android phones... I did this months ago for my F-Pace so I can't tell if it needs doing for our E-pace or not.
From HereKittyKitty on F-pace forum
just got my FPace back today with the smartphone pack. I'm an Android user (Pixel 3xl).
My first impression of AA was the same as many of you...it looks absolutely terrible on the screen, like non-HD channels on HD tv. To make better use of the screen, the resolution needs to be changed and doing that requires you to access the developer options in Android Auto on your phone (when not connected to the car). Here is the Google Expert response from Android Auto help. My phone gave me 720p and 1080p as options, I went with 1080p and that is what can be seen in my screenshot.
AA outputs the video at 800x480 standard resolution, it also has the option to output at 1280x720 it's up to the headunit to display it.
If the headunit has different aspect ratio, stretching it to full screen, will make the icon's look bad, circles will become ovals and so on.
You can try to force the 720p output but it might result in the device not connecting if that is the case simply revert back to the original output.
To enable to 720p from Android Auto please do the following, without connecting the phone to the car:
1) Open AA
2) Hamburger menu -> About
3) Tap the "Android Auto" header 10 times till you see a toast message saying you are now a developer
4) From the 3 dotted menu in the right top corner select developer options
5) Scroll to the bottom
6) Check the 720p output option.
7) Press the back button
Now connect the phone to the car, if it doesn't connect (due to resolutions not matching) simply disable the 720p option.