Bmw i8 price canada used: First drive review: 2020 BMW Z4 M40i keeps the Sunday drive alive

The new digital 12.3-inch instrument cluster, steering wheel controls, and head-up display combine to give the driver access to the vital driving stats and conveniences without having to remove hands from the steering wheel. The tachometer and speedometer frame the cluster display so the middle can be used for a central navigation view and the right side can serve a variety of customizable viewing options. To toggle between vehicle info and radio controls, however, you have to press the BC button on the stalk on the left side of the steering column. While it does open up a cool horsepower and torque gauge, BMW’s system is not as intuitive and easy as Audi’s Virtual Cockpit. 

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