It will work in your car, if you have a cigarette lighter outlet to power HUDWAY Drive.
To fetch the information from the vehicle's onboard systems (RPM, voltage, fuel level, and more), your vehicle must be equipped with an OBD-II port.But it is important to make sure it will fit in.
It will for the vast majority of vehicles (including trucks and right-hand drive vehicles), but a few models have too slanted a windshield for HUDWAY Drive to fit in with its lens opened at its full 90°.
We suggest that you try out the paper device mockup in your car first. Download it
, print, cut out, and take to your car.
Here are the cars where we've tried out HUDWAY Drive and it would not fit in:
- Audi A3 / S3 (2013–2020)
- BMW 3 Series (2005–2011 and 2011–2019)
- BMW 4 Series (2020–2022)
- Chevrolet Camaro (2010–2015 and 2016–present)
- Honda Civic (2005–2012 and 2011–2017)
- Honda CR-V (2017–present)
- Honda HR-V (1998–2006)
- Honda Insight (2010–2014)
- Honda Ridgeline (2006–2014)
- Jeep Wrangler TJ (1996–2006), JL (2017–present)
- Lexus LX (1998–2007)
- Lexus RX (2004–2009) / Toyota Harrier in JP
- Mercedes-Benz G-Class (all generations)
- Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class (2011–2020)
- Mitsubishi Lancer (2008–2017) / Galant Fortis in JP, Proton Inspira in MY
- Peugeot 3008 (2016–present)
- Renault Megane (2009–2017)
- Fiat 124 Spider (2017–present)
- Toyota Corolla (2002–2008 and 2007–2013)
- Toyota Prius (all generations)
- Toyota Previa (2000–2005 and 2006–2019) / Tarago in AU, Estima Aeras in JP
- Volkswagen Passat (2014–present)