It features many advanced technologies and can provide up to 69 unique sources of information, such as an interactive performance timer and tire temperature gauge. Meanwhile, the driver can reconfigure gauges using three different themes: Track, Tour, and Sport.
“We are pleased General Motors selected Johnson Controls to be a strategic partner in the development of the instrument cluster,” said Paul Lambert, group vice president and general manager, Electronics for Johnson Controls' Automotive Electronics & Interiors. “It is our goal to design instrument clusters that not only enhance the consumer driving experience, but also distinguish vehicles like the Corvette Stingray.”
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