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tribone 04-18-2010 02:37 AM

As featured on CAMARO5 BLOG.

HUD display on 2011

Here’s the first video of the 2011 Camaro heads up display (HUD) function being started up and cycled through. The Camaro HUD startup features a very cool bowtie / Camaro graphic being displayed. It then quickly displays the default views — a speedometer with digital needle and speed readout, a speed readout with outside temperature, or just simply a digital speed readout.
According to the list of HUD functions however, there should be even more programmable views, including
* Vehicle speed
* Tachometer
* Compass
* Outside air temperature
* Manual Paddle Shift Gear Indicator (if equipped)
* OnStar Turn-by-Turn
* Audio functions
* Phone information
* Selected gear
* Turn signal indicators
* High-beam indicator signal
* Vehicle messages



rayhawk 04-18-2010 11:26 AM

I love it, I can't wait to order my 2011!

RetroDude 04-18-2010 11:43 AM

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That's all it does?? ... I really expected more for all the hype! Oh well, to each their own, but I wouldn't trade my 2SS in just to have that feature.

Basically, it just projects your speed ( and a few other small things ) on your window, but I would find it too distracting as I drive. I feel my eyes would be constantly drawn to it. I think the current dash board indicator is just fine for what I'm looking for and really wouldn't want to pay an extra $400 or so more for this. :iono:

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chevydude26 04-18-2010 11:49 AM

would love to see what the turn by turn looks like on that thing...awesome

Lucky SOB 04-18-2010 12:57 PM

Amazing! I wish I had it :( I miss it from my old GXPs...

slick rick 04-18-2010 02:13 PM

Cool

1CAMSS 04-18-2010 02:23 PM

Wow! that does look cool! can you see that when the sun is bright outside?

kga10734 04-18-2010 02:31 PM

Looks cool, but I can live without it.

010 Camaro SS 04-18-2010 02:31 PM

Cool...No interest for me at all...:iono:

010 Camaro SS 04-18-2010 02:32 PM

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Originally Posted by RetroDude (Post 1735162)
That's all it does?? ... I really expected more for all the hype! Oh well, to each their own, but I wouldn't trade my 2SS in just to have that feature.

Basically, it just projects your speed ( and a few other small things ) on your window, but I would find it too distracting as I drive. I feel my eyes would be constantly drawn to it. I think the current dash board indicator is just fine for what I'm looking for and really wouldn't want to pay an extra $400 or so more for this. :iono:

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Nice Ride bud...Love the plates...Should be getting mine next week...:headbang:

shevyman 04-18-2010 02:45 PM

well if that is all it does.. there is a company that has aftermarket that does that.
i can not remember the company but if i search i can find it. i think it was glowshift. so yeah for the extra 300 i think or more you can do that to your 2010. plus we have done a aduio setup in a mercedes that projects the movie or screen on the windshield. we put the double din monitor in the dash like the hud and it projected in a 8"x6" i think. forgot the size.

slick rick 04-18-2010 03:25 PM

So is that a 2011 test mule? or a 2010 retrofitted with HUD?

TheCaptain 04-18-2010 03:34 PM

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Originally Posted by slick rick (Post 1735690)
So is that a 2011 test mule? or a 2010 retrofitted with HUD?

2011 #00002 i think.

HUD is nice!

ViperTomcat 04-18-2010 03:39 PM

About what I was expecting..basically the same as on a Corvette.


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