The original Dodge Viper, introduced for the 1992 model year, was pretty bare bones – even by the 1990’s standards. It didn’t come with a roof or exterior door handles and, unsurprisingly, lacked the electronic driving aids of modern-day cars such as traction and stability control and anti-lock brakes.
The 2013-2017 Dodge Viper, on the other hand, features just about every bit of technology you might come to expect from a modern day car. Navigation, a touch screen and five-mode stability control are all present, along with an adjustable electronic digital gauge cluster display.
The gauge cluster display relays information to the driver in an easy-to-read spot. Performance parameters, fuel economy readings and media control settings can all be accessed through the gauge display, which is controlled via arrows on the steering wheel.
All this technology is a lot less complicated than it sounds, but if you’re a bit confused by it, you can learn how to adjust the Dodge Viper’s digital cluster display in the video above.