Because of an update in ACtronics' remanufacture solution, it is now possible to play the legendary computer game Snake on the instrument cluster of the Citroen C4 Picasso. This update is done automatically when the instrument cluster at ACtronics has been remanufactured.
ACtronics' R&D department is delighted to release this new feature. “On average, cars are stationary about 90 to 95 percent of the time. Now that working from home is increasingly more common, this number is even higher. And we are not even addressing the time that a car is stationary in a traffic jam! That got us thinking. How can you have more fun with your car when it is stationary? We thought an in-car game would be a great solution. Given the large display of the Citroën C4 Picasso, the instrument cluster is ideal for playing a game of Snake!”
However, it is important to emphasize that users follows a certain procedure to activate the game. Start the car, turn the steering wheel 90 degrees to the left and 90 degrees to the right and run the wipers up and down once. This starts the game. You will then be able to play Snake with the + and - buttons on the steering wheel, bringing hours of fun! The video below shows how this feature works.
Whether this update will also be seen in the remanufacture of other instrument clusters is still not known. We will look at the general reaction of customers of this new feature in the instrument cluster. If these will be positive, we will consider making this update available for other cars models as well! We wish you a beautiful April!