What is the Arc to the right of the gear selection on the driver's display?

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I have attached a photo for clarity.

What data does this confer?

Thank you in advance.

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I think that's related to the gear selector stalk. It's a bit redundant with the PRND indicator.
 


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If it was that, you'd think they'd put the actual 'gear' selection in there, too.
They do show the current gear selection as dark/bold compared to the light/grey for the remainder.

For example:

P
R
N

D

But if you're saying you think the PRND should be moved to the "arc" then maybe. I could see it either way, personally.
 

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They do show the current gear selection as dark/bold compared to the light/grey for the remainder.

For example:

P
R
N

D

But if you're saying you think the PRND should be moved to the "arc" then maybe. I could see it either way, personally.

And the dot on the arc too.
 

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In the spirit of "wrong answers only", it's an early iteration of Snake. Who said Tesla is the video game car?


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windshield wiper position!
 


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I'm glad you asked this. I've had the same question!
Headlight fluid level indicator. They are obviously doing a lot of night driving.
 

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In this video the dot becomes smaller or bigger at various points:

Based on the video, it looks like its a gauge in regards to regenerative braking and acceleration. Hard to tell since he was using Driver +, but it looks like when he used the steering wheel controls to slow the vehicle, the dot on the arc turned in to a larger segment of the line and ”decreased” on the arc. ??‍♂
 

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Will never buy a Land Rover again!!!
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I believe that is the Rivian Insurance scale next to the speedometer—the higher the dot, the higher your premiums.
 
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In the video you can see it elongate and go up while he is accelerating and then it goes in the opposite direction when he's slowing down. It's electrical output vs regen
 

 
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