I agree too. I own two Oldsmobiles with digital gauges: a 1995 Oldsmobile 98 and a 1992 Oldsmobile Toronado. GM offers them on DTS but, it is included with the analog gauges. I think the STS has a small digital cluster on the dash too. The Deville was the last GM car that offered full on digital gauges. I know the Holdens use them. I saw it on Holden Caprice, Statesman and Commodore. I think it might be in Pontiac G8 too. They use them along with the analog gauges. That Holden coupe 60 concept has digital gauges. Lincoln Town Car and Mercury Grand Marquis use digital with analog too. Porsche has digital along with analog too. There are a few others...I liked the early C4 guages as well as the CRT units in GM's technocars (Rivera, Reatta, Toronado). What was cool about the digital guage craze at GM is that you could get digital guages on Cavaliers, Astros and S-Blazers all the way up to the Corvette, Fleetwood and Allante.
I miss digital guages.
Nah forget those. The regular needle gauges you got on those Camaros were even cooler. The needles were like "double-edged" and one side of the speedo read in miles and the other in kilometres as I recall. I forget how the tach worked but it was similar. That was neat.One of my favorites was the 1984-86 Camaro Berlinetta with the digital dash and separate pod for the cassette player. My dad had one in his used car inventory, and I remember even the turn signals being different; IIRC the stalk was affixed to the cowl around the gauges rather than the steering column.
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The needles were like "double-edged" and one side of the speedo read in miles and the other in kilometres as I recall. I forget how the tach worked but it was similar. That was neat.