Hyundai Dynamic Cluster Video
Hyundai Dynamic Cluster Video Transcript
At the Geneva Auto Show, Hyundai showed off this new LCD instrument cluster, but it is developing as a concept for upcoming production models. In this booth, it shows navigation right in the center of the display, along with the speed at the top. They can also be switched to different modes, thinking advantage of the flexible LCD structure. In this mode, the drivers are given efficiency information about how well they are driving and how well their car is performing. They can also be switched to a sport mode which is appropriately red, shows the speed and the G-force speed are in the middle. I'm Wayne Cunningham for CNET.
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