Monday, December 12, 2011

2013 Dodge Dart interior

These are just small detail teasers.
It seems fine. Except I remember seeing some spy shots a few weeks ago where the interior reminded me of an 80's GM car.
So we'll have to see the real thing to see how good this actually looks.

I really like the GPS between the dials, right in front of the driver. Something Chrysler had a few years ago in the Pacifica.

Dodge has released some info with these 2 pictures:

. Available high-tech features include class-exclusive customizable 7-inch gauge cluster, 8.4-inch Uconnect® touchscreen, heated steering wheel and illuminated floating island bezel.
. Customization was key in the all-new Dodge Dart's development, and with 12 exterior colors, 14 interior color and trim combinations, six wheel options, three engine options and three transmissions, each Dodge Dart can be personalized by every buyer to fit their individual style.
.The high-tech centerpiece of the all-new 2013 Dodge Dart is the class-exclusive floating island bezel, which houses the segment-exclusive available 7-inch Thin Film Transistor (TFT) customizable gauge cluster display with light pipe surround that also houses the available class-exclusive UConnect® Touch 8.4-inch touchscreen multimedia center – the largest touchscreen in its class.
.Thoughtful storage options throughout fit today's technology. The glove box easily conceals a stowed iPad; the center console features auxiliary jacks to plug in a wide variety of electronic devices, and thoughtful, inventive storage solutions, such as console map pockets, which are perfect for storing mobile phones, receipts, or pen and paper.

This all sounds pretty interesting. And it looks like Dodge could have a real contender here.


Walter R. Moore said...

Newer Audis with navigation have the GPS in front of the driver as well - along with a host of other functions. On the Q7 you can even adjust ride height from the steering wheel (!).

One great thing is that the driver can keep the GPS up in front of him/her and the passenger can hit the other screens on the center display without bothering them.

Mobis21 said...

Vince, the new Dodge Dart does sound interesting. I am waiting to learn more about this vehicle before casting my lot in with anointing this as a come back car for Chrysler.

Soul Brother No. 7 said...

If only how good the Dart is looking translates into the Avenger/200 replacement.