The classic screen was meant to be as accurate as possible to the original including how it looks at night
..but a few people have said its not for them, as they dislike it in their current analogue cluster..... what could replace it ?
Thanks for your response.
Clearly a lot of work (very impressive work) has gone into replicating the appearance of the original display. But, not to put too fine a point on it, what would an end user get out of it? I mean, I already have a display that looks like the original; it's in the car right now...
If I were able to develop this myself (not remotely possible), I'd have three screens:
1. Street display - a central round-dial speedo with large digital speed indicator in the center; under the digital speed, a smaller digital selected gear indicator. Tach display on the left in the form of a partial arc or moving tape display. On the right, partial arc or moving tapes for fuel level, coolant temp, oil pressure, oil temp. If space is too tight, the oil data could be minimal or even reduced to just warning lights. 2016 Cadillac CT6 is a good model for this layout.
2. Track display - much as you have it now. Tach is a full round dial, maybe put the redline at 12:00, GT40-style. Digital gear indicator and speed. Oil pressure and temp now larger than fuel level.
3. Settings, lap times, G load datalogged by lap
I'm very interested to see how your product turns out, quite promising so far. Do you have an estimate as to when you might be ready to produce finished units?