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If you are anything like us you can never get enough of the beautiful 7" TFT Cluster Display. You can set up the TFT to display the information you want, and decide for yourself how you want to see it. From Digital gauges to Analog gauges and everything in between you can set up the cluster to your personal liking. Feel like your set up is getting a little stale? Change it up again, and enjoy the new look. Try that on another compact.

We are sure you will agree, the 2013 Dodge Dart is truly the most technologically advanced vehicle in its class.
 

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Can't wait to mess with the TFT display and see whats possible!
 

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The optional touch screen comes with a very different set of physical gauges; of interest is the absence of a speedometer, which is provided in each of the virtual screens instead. In both cases, the tachometer is sensibly set, with the highest number being the “redline rounded up,” rather than including a large amount of wasted space (e.g. having a tachometer marked to 9,000 rpm).

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I got a thick brochure from the dealer it shows the TFT in every pic of the IP but its only available in the Limited. will it have wider availability later? also it looks like there is a large blank space in the left half of the right circle that contains the fuel guage. i think there should could be more graphic options in that area.
 
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