Which Cars Have Head-Up Displays for 2020?

The head-up display, or HUD, is an increasingly common — and useful — feature in many cars that projects important information for the driver onto the windshield in a transparent display. Visible only from the driver’s seat, the display keeps the driver’s eyes on the road. The information displayed varies by automaker and is usually driver-configurable. Typical items can include a speedometer, engine rpm, turn-by-turn directions, blind spot warnings and even traffic sign information.

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Most automakers still make their HUDs optional, either as part of an options package or as equipment included with a pricier trim level. If a HUD interests you, it’s worth noting that HUD visibility can suffer if you wear polarized sunglasses. If that’s you, bring them along and test the feature before paying for something you can’t see all the time. If you aren’t interested in the HUD but it’s included with a trim level or options package you otherwise want — or if it’s standard equipment — you can always turn it off.

Here are all the model-year 2020 vehicles, organized alphabetically by manufacturer, that can be equipped with HUDs as standard or optional equipment. Keep in mind any models may include their related variants — so, for example, the Acura RLX includes the RLX Sport Hybrid, the BMW 2 Series includes the 2 Series Gran Coupe and M2, and the Audi A4 includes the A4 Allroad and S4 — though we still distinguish models that are distinctly different, such as Land Rover’s Discovery and Range Rover SUVs.

Acura

  • TLX
  • RLX
  • RDX

Audi

  • A4
  • A5
  • A6
  • A7
  • A8
  • Q5
  • Q7
  • Q8

Bentley

  • Bentayga
  • Continental GT
  • Flying Spur

BMW

  • 2 Series
  • 3 Series 
  • 4 Series
  • 5 Series
  • 7 Series
  • 8 Series
  • i8
  • X1
  • X2
  • X3
  • X4
  • X5
  • X6
  • X7
  • Z4

Buick

  • Encore GX
  • Envision
  • Regal Sportback

Cadillac

  • CT4
  • CT5
  • CT6
  • Escalade
  • XT4
  • XT5
  • XT6

Chevrolet

  • Camaro
  • Corvette
  • Silverado 1500
  • Silverado 2500/3500
  • Suburban
  • Tahoe

Ford

  • Escape

Genesis

  • G70
  • G80
  • G90

GMC

  • Acadia
  • Sierra 1500
  • Sierra 2500/3500
  • Yukon

Honda

  • Accord
  • Clarity Fuel Cell

Hyundai

  • Kona
  • Palisade
  • Santa Fe
  • Sonata
  • Veloster

Infiniti

  • QX50

Jaguar

  • E-Pace
  • F-Pace
  • I-Pace
  • XE
  • XF

Kia

  • K900
  • Soul
  • Stinger
  • Telluride

Lamborghini

  • Urus

Land Rover

  • Defender
  • Discovery
  • Discovery Sport
  • Range Rover
  • Range Rover Evoque
  • Range Rover Sport
  • Range Rover Velar

Lexus

  • ES
  • GS
  • LC
  • LS
  • LX
  • RX
  • UX

Lincoln

  • Aviator
  • Continental
  • Corsair
  • Navigator

Mazda

  • CX-3
  • CX-30
  • CX-5
  • CX-9
  • Mazda3
  • Mazda6

Mercedes-Benz

  • A-Class 
  • C-Class
  • CLA-Class
  • CLS-Class
  • E-Class
  • GLB-Class
  • GLC-Class
  • GLE-Class
  • GLS-Class
  • AMG GT
  • S-Class

Mini

  • Hardtop
  • Clubman
  • Convertible
  • Countryman 

Mitsubishi

  • Eclipse Cross

Porsche

  • Panamera
  • Cayenne 

Rolls-Royce

  • Cullinan
  • Dawn
  • Ghost
  • Phantom
  • Wraith

Subaru

  • WRX

Toyota

  • Avalon
  • Camry
  • Highlander
  • Prius
  • Supra

Volvo

  • S60
  • S90
  • V60
  • V90
  • XC60
  • XC90 

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