The 2015 Lamborghini Huracan was introduced this week and demonstrates that yes, dashboards can indeed be colorful fully-digital screens. The Huracan’s instrument panel displays virtual 3D gauges on a 12.3-inch TFT display with a resolution of 1440×540 pixels and driven by a Tegra 30 chip from Nvidia’s Tegra 3 Series. The processor can spin the gauge’s needles at a frenzied 60 frames per second.
According to CNET, the digital instrument cluster has three display modes.
“In Full Drive mode, you get a massive analog-style rev counter with smaller displays for fuel level and temperature and a digital speedometer. Mixed mode shrinks the tachometer, freeing up half of the display for an infotainment window that shows the navigation map and audio source. Finally, Full Navi mode fills most of the monitor with the 3D map graphics and infotainment data.”
In addition, there’s an additional high-resolution TFT display on the center console that toggles between the automatic climate controls, oil pressure, oil temperature and voltage displays.
Check out shots of the Lamborghini digital dashboard below.
Sources: CNET, Motortrend, Lamborghini