When Ford revealed the 2022 Bronco Raptor earlier this year, it didn’t really provide that many details about its new 12-inch digital cluster. But now Ford has provided a detailed look at the digital cluster, which is an upgrade over the analog/ digital cluster in the standard Bronco.

2022 Ford Bronco Raptor Performance display

Ford has provided screenshots of the different screen modes. The Performance View headlines the different display options with info, like gear state and engine speed that is easy to read while traveling across the desert. The Performance View can be used in any mode.

“Performance View changes a driver’s impression of how to use the vehicle, with an intuitive layout that puts redline at the 12 o’clock position and uses a drivetrain avatar to really get the focus on optimizing the performance of the drive,” said Mark Sich, Ford digital design manager. “The entire focus is to provide the driver with important information as efficiently as possible.”

Ford also says that it tasked former videogame developers to create animations for the seven drive modes. Using the center console-mounted G.O.A.T. Modes rotary dial, drivers can easily change from one mode to another.

The different modes:

  • Normal: The screen of the digital cluster uses a subtle blue to show the vehicle in an everyday driving scenario.
  • Sport: One click left captures the feel of a more exciting drive experience, with the cluster using a red and white theme to show the vehicle in a track environment.
  • Tow/Haul: To highlight the increased tow rating of 4,500 pounds, the cluster screen two clicks to the left includes a vehicle towing a trailer, with the gauges turning yellow in a subtle nod to construction vehicles at work.
  • Slippery: Optimized for use on slick roads or loose surfaces such as gravel, this mode, three clicks to the left, is replicated on screen using light blue to show a vehicle in rainy conditions.
  • Off-Road: One click right brings animation of an off-road environment in shades of brown to illustrate that Bronco Raptor is ready for muddy, rutted, uneven terrain, and that four-wheel-drive lock is engaged.
  • Baja: Getting to the heart of the Bronco Raptor persona, two clicks right delivers a cluster that uses orange highlights to show the vehicle driving across a desert scene.
  • Rock Crawl: Three clicks to the right and the vehicle is optimized for low-speed, aggressive climbing maneuvers, with the cluster showing Bronco Raptor slow-crawling over rocks.