Thank you.Your car doesnt have a central speedo! It's offset to the left! Try a Yaris, you'll be infuriated by the stupid layout. If you're not, then you're obviously special. Please feel free to drive whatever you want, the rest of us normal people will continue to buy normal cars with normal clusters situated in a position which we deem acceptable. Thread over.
I know it works for you, but personally I think that is a huge, ugly mess.
I still like where my gauges are on my xb.
I even like the digital speedo, can't be that bad if a lot of sports cars and race cars have them.
That's a pre-production model, I can tell by the seats in the photo. Here are some pics of the real deal:I know it works for you, but personally I think that is a huge, ugly mess.
Why is the driver's side vent all the way up? What's with the awkward space below it where it could have gone? The gauges stretch out all the way to the right for no apparent reason. Why not have it fill the void in front of the steering wheel where it could have gone? Why is the top part of the center console (which looks like an 80s ghetto blaster, probably was the intention) so badly aligned and off-center? What the hell is that bread-loaf-shaped lump behind the steering wheel? Does the airbag go there or something asinine like that? Does the 8-track go next to the HVAC controls? That silver expanse of nothingness on the left doesn't even align with that silver protrusion on the right, with that oh-so-thoughtful cutout for your hand where the key goes partitioned in black.
And the freaking logo isn't even centered on the wheel. I know Scion is marketing to kids, but are all kids that retarded? Sorry, I have nothing better to do than to rant about stupid automotive interior design decisions when I'm drunk.
Ooh that is nasty. A huge gearstick to top it off. But it raises questions, did GM try to copy Toyota? Cause a Saturn is not made in RHD configuration! Weird.A friend of mine has a saturn Ion Redline.
I can't stand that interior. It is completely dreadful, and the gauge placement doesn't help.