Chevrolet is gearing up for the launch of the 2014 Corvette Stingray by releasing a new video that highlights the car's digital instrument cluster.

Chevrolet is gearing up for the launch of the 2014 Corvette Stingray by releasing a new video that highlights the car's digital instrument cluster.

The eight-inch display is flanked by three analog gauges (for speed, fuel level, and engine-coolant temperature) and provides drivers with 69 different sources of information. The display also has three different themes - sport, tour and track - which are designed for specific driving scenarios.

The touring theme emphasizes infotainment and multimedia, while the sport theme focuses on driving thanks to prominent shift indicator and a large tachometer. The track mode goes one step further with a "race-inspired layout containing a sweeping tachometer, Corvette racing inspired shift lights and permanent lap-time displays."

The display also features an acceleration timer, a lap timer and a "friction bubble" that displays the car's lateral and longitudinal G-forces.

The 2014 Corvette Stingray will go on sale later this year and pricing starts $51,995 assuming your dealer isn't trying to gouge you an extra $10,000.

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