lamborghini-huracan-virtual-cockpit-speedometer2015 Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4’s Virtual Cockpit

Technology is rapidly improving and with advancement is coming in the automotive business as well. International automakers are incorporating latest, excellent technologies in their products to provide a wide range of awesome features and maximum comfort and luxury to the buyers. One of the most competitive automaker in this regard is Audi.

Audi revealed the interior of its 2015 TT in January this year. The 2015 TT comes with a concept the automaker termed as Virtual Cockpit. This concept basically takes a completely new take on the infotainment system of the car. However, it is now being speculated that the concept actually came forth in December last year itself with the introduction of Lamborghini Huracan.

At the event, the celebrated auto manufacturing giant discussed about the features like their all-new 12.3 inch TFT screen that comes with speedo and tachometer. It also houses radio and navigation features and can display data from one’s phone as well. To get a large map, one can make tachometer and speed secondary to navigation. It offers a variety of display modes. This system is almost the same as the one introduced by Audi as the Virtual Cockpit. Lamborghini has previously used the infotainment and telematics features of Audi in its Aventador and Gallardo super cars. And for their newest product, Huracan, they have chosen the latest generation.

2015-audi-tt-virtual-cockpit-instrument-cluster2015 Audi TT’s Virtual Cockpit

Though the tachometer is not so distinct from a regular one, the Virtual Cockpit in a complete package is quite an interesting feature and works well, too. Also, the TFT display has been devised to be driver focused. Things are easy to understand and intuitive when the cluster is kept in the map and instruments mode. When you go to the MMI, navigation screen goes out. However, the Audi’s Virtual Cockpit, there is no second screen and one can still see the navigation.

 
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Also see – 2015 Audi TT, TTS & TT Quattro Sport Concept make their debut at Geneva

 

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