Head-Up Display

The Head-Up Display (HUD) projects vehicle information onto the windshield just below the driver's line of sight where it is easy for the driver to see it without looking down and away from the road. The images are projected through the HUD lens on the driver side of the instrument panel. You can adjust the display's vertical position and brightness. HUD images include dot-matrix readouts that deliver information in street or track mode, including a g-meter in track mode, vehicle speed, engine rpm and readings from key gauges such as water temperature and oil pressure.

Street mode supports audio and navigation functions. The current radio station or CD track number will display briefly when changing the station or the CD track. The HUD also displays turn-by-turn information, if the vehicle is equipped with a navigation radio.