We’ve already seen spy shots galore of the mid-engine Corvette C8 prototype, and have even peeped its covered-up interior. But today, our spy photographer managed to get a few detailed shots of the gauge cluster, despite the driver wailing his arms in protest – giving us a good idea of what drivers will see when behind the wheel of Chevrolet’s upcoming sports car.
The photos reveal the Corvette C8 as having a very modern and completely digital instrument cluster, with a prominent digital tachometer in the middle and a digital speedometer readout centered within the tech. Notice the Corvette logo between the speed readout and the tachometer sweep.
To the left of that is a G-Force meter that would show the G forces either to the left or right, with the scale reaching 1.25G at both ends, and a numerical readout above that with accuracy to two decimal places. Below the G force meter sits the odometer and engine temperature.
An infotainment section appears to flank the centered tachometer and speed readouts on the other (right) side of the instrument panel.
It is now clear that the future Corvette C8 will feature a very modern and high-tech gauge cluster (instrument panel) that will adequately communicate the high-performance nature of the car.