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LC-Lexus

Still No Clock

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Any news on getting a Digital Clock on the NX300h, the cute retro analouge clock looks great but completely useless when trying to look out for bus lane times and general viewing.

All other Models have a digital Clock, why not this one!

P.S. Make it 24hr as well

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30 minutes ago, LC-Lexus said:

Any news on getting a Digital Clock on the NX300h, the cute retro analouge clock looks great but completely useless when trying to look out for bus lane times and general viewing.

All other Models have a digital Clock, why not this one!

P.S. Make it 24hr as well

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The analogue clock is a new addition - people used to complain about the digital clock looking old fashioned.

Only the latest RX and the GS facelift come with both.

The IS doesn't have a digital clock either.

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I love the analogue clock in my RC :yes:

 

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Not complaining about the one in my RX either 

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But I guess I have an advantage:

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I dont find the analogue clock difficult to read at all, definitely not as easy as digital though I have to agree. They do look pretty cool IMHO

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Lexus clock looks much classier than the Toyota digital one in my sons car.

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Well I would much rather have the analogue clock than the 1970's one in my IS250.

 

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Indeed! That part of the dash reminds me of a Kenwood hi-fi I used to have in the '90s

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I have gotten used to the analogue clock, I love the way it illuminates in the night.

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