Simple track performance recording systems have been around for awhile, but our built-in setup on the 2015 Corvette Stingray is the first fully integrated system, combining video from a 720p HD camera built into the upper windshield, in-cabin audio and displays of everything from speed to G-force. In this video, we show you the three different PDR overlays on the Corvette Stingray. The sport, track and performance timing modes each have different features to track the performance of your Chevy.
In the sport overlay, a digital mph display is at the top left-hand corner, while the bottom left hand corner displays a screen measuring lateral G-force, showing up to 1.25 in both directions. The top right-hand corner shows what gear you’re in and the bottom right-hand corner displays engine RPM/1000.
Track mode has the most features of the 3 modes. The digital mph display is at the top center. On the top left, there is a top-notch GPS tracking map to show you where you are on the track. This GPS is 5 times more accurate than your average GPS.
At the top right, there is a display showing what gear you’re in and to the left of that, two bars measure your throttle and your breaks.
At the top right of the screen, there is a display that shows your lap time. The RPM/1000 is in the bottom-center of the screen, and a G-force compass is at the bottom left to show you how many G’s your pulling through the corners. The bottom right-hand corner, displays the steering angle.
In the performance timing overlay, the mph screen is displayed at the top center, just like in track mode. To the right of the mph display is the Throttle percentage and the top right corner displays what gear you’re in. At the top left of the screen, you can see a display for 0-60mph, 0-100mph, 1/4 mile and 0-100-0mph runs. At the bottom center of the screen is the RPM/1000 display.
Watch the video below to see a display of each overlay in action.
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