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

(via Retrorides)

Citroën Karin, a concept car from 1980

(via Autowp)

Lancia Medusa, a concept car from 1980

(via Autowp)

Citroën GSA from the early 1980s

(via Autoweek and Netstranky)

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

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

From a Lancia concept car named Orca, 1982

(via Influx)

Mitsubishi Cordia and Tredia, 1982

(via Wikimedia Commons and The Truth About Cars)

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

(via Camaro5)

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

(via Club Cuore Sportivo)

Chrysler Lazer, 1984

(via En Cars Globe)

Audi Quattro and Coupé GT (from model year 1984)

(via Zig-Zag63)

Citroën BX Digit, launched in 1985

(from an official brochure)

Fiat Uno Turbo i.e, 1985

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

Subaru XT, 1985-1991

(via AutoWP)

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

(via Old Car Brochures and Digital Corvettes)

Renault 11 TXE

(via DoubleYou Digital)

Cadillac Cimarron, 1986

(via Curbside Classic and GM Inside News)

Toyota Celica ST162, 1987

(via AutoWP)

Pontiac Trans Am GTA, 1987

(via Looking For Adventure and Triple Trans Am)

Chevrolet Cavalier Z24, 1988

(via DoubleYou Digital)

Buick Reatta, 1988

(via Plays With Cars and Moibibiki)

Vector W8, 1990

(via Double You Digital)

Lancia Dedra 2000 Turbo, 1991