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Lamborghini Huracan digital dash is powered by NVIDIA

Lamborghini Huracan uses a digital dash that is powered by NVIDIA offering multiple layouts

| Technology in Vehicles News | Posted: Mar 4, 2014 6:52 pm

If you are a fan of outrageous exotic sports cars, you will be familiar with the Lamborghini name. Lamborghini has been making some of the coolest high performance cars since the 60's and its latest offering is a replacement for the Gallardo called the Huracan. The car is all-new and has a very slick digital dashboard.

 

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The digital dash inside the car replaces old-fashioned analog gauges and is powered by NVIDIA. The digital dash uses a 12.3-inch TFT display offering a resolution of 1440 x 540. The graphics for that dash are powered by a Tegra 30 chip from the Tegra 3 series.

 

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The digital muscle behind the dash lets the virtual tachometer work at 60 fps so it can keep up with the engine without causing difficult to read lag. The digital dash can be configured to show what the driver wants to see with three modes. The Full Drive mode offers an analog style tachometer with smaller displays for fuel level, temperature and a digital speedo. Mixed mode frees up half that display for a navigation screen.

 

In Full Navi mode most of the screen is taken up with navigation menus. The digital dash can also show climate controls, and other engine parameters like oil pressure and more. Power for the car comes from a 5.2L V10 producing 610hp.

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