Let's be honest — when you're driving, you're pretending that you're at the helm of a starship. The digital dashboards in these cars will help keep that illusion alive.

Aston Martin Lagonda Series 2 (1976-1985) with LED dashboards, touch pad controls and gas plasma displays

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Citroën Karin, a concept car from 1980

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Lancia Medusa, a concept car from 1980

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Citroën GSA from the early 1980s

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Knight Industries Two Thousand (KITT) from Knight Rider (1982-1986)

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(via Enterprise Dashboard and Shane's Stuff/Flickr)

From a Lancia concept car named Orca, 1982

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Mitsubishi Cordia and Tredia, 1982

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(via Wikimedia Commons and The Truth About Cars)

The 3rd gen Camaro Berlinetta (The "Starship Camaro"), 1984

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The Gold Cloverleaf (Quadrifoglio Oro) version of Alfa Romeo 90 (1984-1987)

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Chrysler Lazer, 1984

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(via En Cars Globe)

Audi Quattro and Coupé GT (from model year 1984)

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(via Zig-Zag63)

Citroën BX Digit, launched in 1985

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(from an official brochure)

Fiat Uno Turbo i.e, 1985

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(via Fiat Uno e Punto Turbo i.e. Italia)

Subaru XT, 1985-1991

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Chevrolet Corvette dash (often called "Atari Dash") between model years 1984 and 1989

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(via Old Car Brochures and Digital Corvettes)

Renault 11 TXE

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(via DoubleYou Digital)

Cadillac Cimarron, 1986

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(via Curbside Classic and GM Inside News)

Toyota Celica ST162, 1987

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Pontiac Trans Am GTA, 1987

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(via Looking For Adventure and Triple Trans Am)

Chevrolet Cavalier Z24, 1988

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(via DoubleYou Digital)

Buick Reatta, 1988

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Vector W8, 1990

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Lancia Dedra 2000 Turbo, 1991

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