While touch infotainment systems have now become the norm, there is another hot feature that is trending these days. Yes, it’s the all-digital instrument cluster. Associated with a premium feel and luxury, digital instrument clusters are one of the most wanted features in the Indian automotive market right now. Probably this is the reason why every leading manufacturer is now loading their vehicles with all-digital instrument clusters. And if you are wondering which cars are these, here are 10 vehicles that come with an all-digital instrument cluster.
From good looks to top-notch interiors, the Kwid seems to have got it all. And this is quite evident from Kwid’s first-in-segment all-digital instrument cluster. The unit is rather a mind-blowing one that comes with sporty graphics and LED illumination coupled with a Digi-Tachometer with shift indicators as well. The Kwid is priced between Rs. 3.32 – 5.39 Lakhs
Another great hatch to feature an all-digital cluster, the new Tata Tiago and Tigor are sheer bliss. The digital instrument clusters onboard the Tiago/Tigor features bar-based digital meters for the fuel, tachometer and temperature. The meters surround a digital TFT display that shows vital information such as shift indicators, time, odo etc. The Tiago comes priced between Rs. 4.99 lakh to Rs 6.95 lakhs, while Tigor sells for Rs. 5.59 – 7.73 Lakhs
Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
Priced between Rs. 3.78 – 5.26 Lakhs, the pseudo SUV from Maruti not only gets an all-digital instrument cluster but also features a centrally placed cluster. The unit is rather a basic one, with a screen that displays vitals such as speed, gear shift, range, fuel, tachometer, odometer etc. But with that said, the central placement looks quite unique.
The recently launched compact SUV from Renault is another great vehicle that comes with an all-digital instrument cluster. Priced between Rs.5.64 – 10.08 Lakhs, the top-spec RXZ variant of the Kiger gets a 7-inch colour display while other variants get a Kwid-like unit.
Another great vehicle from Renault, the Triber too gets an all-digital instrument cluster. The unit shares its roots with the unit onboard the Kwid, but nonetheless, the Triber’s all-digital instrument cluster goes well with the overall feel of the vehicle. The Triber is priced between Rs.5.50 – 7.95 Lakhs.
The Kiger’s cousin, Magnite much like its sibling gets an all-digital instrument cluster as well. The unit, however, is much better looking than what’s offered on the Kiger. There is a 7-inch colour screen from the XV trim onwards, while other variants feature an LED digital unit with a 3.5-inch MID (multi-information display). The Magnite is up for sale for a price range of Rs.5.59 – 10.00 Lakhs.
Everything about the new Hyundai i20 is like a breeze of fresh air. The instrument cluster is just a small component of a much exceptional package. Just like the trend, the cluster is a fully digital one with a sporty looking blue speedometer and tachometer. The centre gets a digital TFT display that displays a plethora of information as well. The Hyundai i20 is on sale for Rs.6.85 – 11.34 Lakhs.
One of the best-selling subcompact SUV in India, the Nexon too gets an all-digital instrument cluster. Priced between Rs. 7.19 – 12.95 Lakhs, the Nexon’s cluster displays a plethora of information, including time as well as tyre pressure monitoring system. The bar-based fuel, temperature and tachometer look gorgeous and well balanced.
Another gem from Hyundai’s inventory, the Hyundai Verna too gets an all-digital instrument cluster onboard. The unit looks similar to the one offered on the Hyundai i20, with a sporty speedo and tachometer, sandwiching a large rectangular TFT MID. The Verna is priced between Rs.9.19 – 15.25 Lakhs.
Saving the most expensive one for the last, the Skoda Octavia currently retails for Rs. 35.99 Lakhs in India. Being a premium sedan, the vehicle gets an all-digital instrument that is a huge 12.3 inches in dimensions and also acts as a virtual cockpit.
So these were 10 cars in India that come with an all-digital instrument cluster. If you too have a car to add on, mention it down in the comment section, because it’s never too late for part 2!
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