Multifunction display

The multifunction display, a compact information unit, is positioned directly in front of you on the dashboard for your convenience and safety. It lets you see important information at a glance, without taking your attention from the road.

Active Info Display

Thanks to Active Info Display, you can enjoy the advantages of an instrument cluster with a high resolution colour display. With various information profiles, you can decide which specific data are displayed in the instrument cluster in addition to the usual gauges such as the rev counter, speedometer and odometer.

You can select this information profile quickly and easily using the optional multifunctional steering wheel: depending on your precise needs, you can access detailed Driving Data, for example, or show a visual display of your driver assistance systems. This means the display area can be even better used, because you can also show additional data within the dials.

In the Discover Navigation Infotainment system, you can decide whether you would like to see the navigation map in the Active Info Display, or have the classic view on the system display. With Discover Navigation Pro, both display options are available simultaneously.

Active Info Display 12.3" - V1

With various information profiles, you can decide which data is displayed in the instrument cluster in addition to the usual gauges, which include the revolution counter, speedometer and odometer.

Active Info Display 10.3" - V2

An upgrade of the Active Info Display V1 (above), you’ll have more options which can be altered through the infotainment system. For example, the entire infotainment screen can be used to display audio, telephone or navigation.

Virtual Cockpit - 12.3”

The virtual cockpit can be tailored to each individual driver who uses the vehicle, and can be adjusted by using buttons on the multifunction steering wheel. The system can be used to display a large map, and the zoom function can be enable without having to use Discover Navigation Premium.The cockpit has 16 different settings to choose from, but it can also be run in Auto mode, which shows the relevant driving information depending on the person driving. 

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