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12.3-Inch Full LCD Super Vision Cluster
Using Thin Film Transistor (TFT) technology, the high-definition cluster features precise graphics and delivers a wide range of information with remarkable clarity. The display priorities, graphic colors and size can be personalized to suit your preferences.

SBW (Shift-by-Wire) Electoronic Gear Knob
Quoris features innovative SBW (shift-by-wire) technology, which removes any mechanical link between the gear selector and the gearbox. Together with a sensitive joystick control that delivers fast, smooth gear changes, SBW technology helps save space and weight while reducing engine noise in the cabin.



HUD (Heads-Up Display)
A variety of information including current speed, navigation directions and lane departure warning are discretely projected onto the windshield glass in the driver’s sight line. Brightness of the display is automatically adjusted to suit changing ambient light levels.

ASCC (Advanced Smart Cruise Control)
A radar sensor at the front of the car monitors the gap between the vehicle ahead. The system automatically applies the brakes to maintain a pre-determined ‘safe’ distance and will even bring the vehicle to a complete stop, if necessary. The system will re-start the engine and initiate take-off when car ahead moves on.





Full LED Headlight with AFLS (Adaptive Front Lighting Sensor)
For optimal visibility when driving at night, AFLS (Adaptive Front Lighting System) works in conjunction with the full LED headlights to deliver a continuously varying beam pattern depending on vehicle speed and steering angle.

Auto Hold Switch
This innovative feature automatically engages the electronic parking brake then releases it upon acceleration. You no longer have to keep your foot on the brake pedal to prevent the vehicle from rolling away accidentally when stopped on an incline or caught in slow traffic.

Haptic Steering Wheel Dial
Drivers can easily navigate menus for a variety of vehicle and route information. A slight vibrating sensation when scrolling over a new selection helps to improve driver concentration and safety.
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The 12.3" TFT LCD cluster is quite impressive, digital is the way to go now. Lcd screens are cheap maybe newer vehicles should start to use these for clusters. I loved how the gauges look so real when the car starts. I could see some people asking if it can play a movie when in park position.

Another thing im seeing on luxury sedans are Advanced Smart Cruise Control. This feature will do very well, i remember when i have my cruise control set it would just simply hold the speed and if a car was ahead i'd have to take control. But with this whole new system it senses and keeps track of the gap between your vehicle and the one in front. Not only that but slow down if your getting too close to the vehicle up front.
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