Head-up Display (Tiguan, Passat, Arteon)
The head-up display projects key information such as the speed or navigation pictograms directly into the driver’s primary field of vision. Thanks to this projection, the driver’s eyes can remain focused on the road at the same time as registering information such as speed. Drivers can decide for themselves what information is to be displayed: current speed, speed limit, navigation instructions, assistance system information and warnings. The head-up display of the Tiguan, Passat and Arteon is a combiner solution: the data are projected onto an extending glass disk (the “combiner”) in front of the windscreen. When the display is not in use it is retracted into a protected position in the dashboard and the opening is closed to be flush with the surface.
Head-up Display (Touareg)
The Touareg has a windscreen head-up display. In other words, the information is projected onto the windscreen itself. The display is in the immediate field of vision of the driver who can therefore register all the key information without looking away from the road. The head-up display is the largest of its type offered by Volkswagen to date, with a virtual screen size of 217 x 88 mm. The driver can extensively individualize the information shown on the head-up display.