Analogue meets digital: the new instrument cluster of the
In the middle and in direct view of the driver is the analogue rev counter, its needle integral to its truly classic design. To the left and right, two high-resolution displays provide you with a variety of information as and when you need it, such as the navigation map or Night View Assist.
On the left-hand side of the rev counter is the speedometer. In its centre, you can see data relating to adaptive cruise control, for example. In the display field on the outside left, the outside temperature is shown.
On the right-hand side, the possibilities are even more varied. The inside display field is occupied by information from the on-board computer, the fuel gauge or the residual range. In the field on the outside right, you can see the time. And there’s also the option of viewing the map of the navigation system.
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