Dakota Digital Annoucnes HDX Gauges for 1994-96 Impala SS and Caprice


Dakota Digital provides another solution for Impala SS and Caprice owners out there looking for the latest technology in gauge displays for their cars. Adding to there already impressive HDX line of gauges, as well as a few other options for ’94-96 Chevy B-body, the HDX just might be the modern update you’re looking for.

Official Release:

Announcing 1994- 96 Chevy Caprice/ Impala SS HDX Instruments from Dakota Digital

It doesn’t matter if it’s a retired police car, the sinister Impala SS or any trim level in between, the new HDX gauge system for 1994-96 Impala and Caprice will drop right into your stock dash and give you a ton of information that you never had before!

Available with your choice of black or silver alloy gauge-face styling, each HDX system allows the user to select independent illumination colors for the gauge readings and needles, as well as the message centers. Calibration and personal settings are manipulated with the built-in, capacitive-touch buttons, or the available Bluetooth app for Apple and Android devices. Each needle hub is black nickel plated spun-aluminum to match the buttons.

All HDX instrument systems feature dead-faced indicators (turn signals, high beam, check engine, cruise control, parking brake, plus two user-definable), and a red, settable warning light for each gauge.  With our central control box, installation is greatly simplified with vehicle-harness sourced signals and supplied, solid state sending units connecting cleanly to their respective terminal. Click the tabs below for a more in-depth look at the HDX series!


*Bezel not included, shown for visual/presentation purposes. System uses OEM or reproduction style bezel.


  • Gauges illuminate in different colors, upon your selection
  • Latest technology currently available from Dakota Digital
  • Available with your choice of black or silver alloy gauge-face styling
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Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles; GM, Ford, Dodge, imports, trucks -- you name it! When he isn't clacking away on his keyboard, he's building, tuning, driving or testing his current crop of personal projects!

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