Volvo’s Future Instrument Panel


Published on August 2nd, 2014 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Volvo’s Future Instrument Panel

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Here is the instrument cluster that was featured in the 2014 Volvo Concept Estate. The Concept Estate also has features such as wafer-thin seats, two doors ( no 4 door version is planned), and a low roofline. But the dashboard looks production ready with this very interesting LCD instrument panel.

In association with Volvo’s specially designed software, the touch screen will be the main control panel for Volvo’s new in-car user experience. It replaces all buttons and controls except for a few crucial functions such as volume, play/pause, hazard warning and window heaters. It also interacts seamlessly with the digital instrument cluster in front of the driver.

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“The basic idea is to organise controls and information in a perfectly intuitive and user-friendly way. Everything is exactly where you expect it to be, making the drive more enjoyable, efficient and safe,” says Thomas Ingenlath, Senior Vice President Design at Volvo Car Group.

This might see duty in other new models coming from Volvo in the next few years.

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