ELIZABETH CITY, NC- Completely redesigned from top to bottom, the seventh generation Corvette is impressive inside and out. Photos of the C7's exterior have flooded the web, so let's slide into the driver's seat and discover the 2014 Corvette Stingray’s Customizable Instrument Cluster. Buckled up, looking through the steering wheel you'll see an 8-inch “high-resolution” display that completely personalizes your driving experience by offering three driving modes.
Select your driving mode on the eight inch, 2014 Corvette Stingray Customizable Instrument Cluster from the available sport mode, race mode, or touring mode. In the Corvette's sport mode the tachometer is magnified in the center of the instrument cluster while other information like G-forces, tire pressure, and oil pressure are still available. Slight changes occur in race mode with the tachometer transforming to a bar graph that can be easily read out of the corner of your eye, which allows you to keep your eyes on the road. For a more relaxed drive, select touring mode and watch the tachometer move off to the side, making more room for infotainment or navigation information.