Photo courtesy of Chrysler.

Photo courtesy of Chrysler.

The 2015 Fiat 500 will get a 7-inch high definition display among several enhancements shown when it debuts at the New York International Auto Show this month.

The new 7-inch TFT cluster display allows drivers to easily monitor speed, fuel level, Eco index, and trip information. On the main screen, an image of the vehicle is surrounded by information such as distance traveled, gas mileage, and range.

A parking screen helps drivers while moving in reverse if the vehicle is equipped with rear park assist. Other screens include a radio screen and telephone screen.

The TFT display will be standard on the Fiat 500 Sport, Lounge, Turbo, and Abarth models and optional on the Pop.

The 2015 Fiat 500 also gets a redesigned center console with a new cup holder design and an additional USB port that integrates with the radio. Fiat has also added Bluetooth music streaming to the 2015-MY model. The 2015 models will arrive at dealerships in July.