Mini Proled Gauges a Hit at Mini In The Park

All things MINI were on show at Mini In The Park on 14th August 2016 and there was a great deal of interest in the SMITHS electronic speedometer for the MINI.

SMITHS gauges for the MINI were being displayed by UK distributor Digital Speedos and on display was a wide selection of gauges for the classic MINI.

"Mini In The Park gave us a great opportunity to show enthusiasts our range of gauges," said Gavin Roberts, CAI and SMITHS Managing Director.  "It is great to have the chance to talk with MINI owners about their cars and discuss how we can help them.  Often it is just talking them through how to install a new gauge, but we find that focused events like Mini In The Park provide us with the ideal platform to meet people who really love their cars."

CAI and SMITHS exhibit at a number of events throughout the year, often in conjunction with key local distributors such as Digital Speedos.

Gavin explained about the importance of the CAI and SMITHS distributor network.  "We are very fortunate to have developed a fantastic distribution network.  Digital Speedos have a great depth of knowledge and are highly respected in the automotive sector."

On display at Mini In The Park was the digital replacement dashboard fit 90mph MINI speedo.  The speedo has a larger OLED panel for odo or trip readout, onboard "drive-to-set" programming and billet case, as well as LED warning lights.

"Showcasing our gauges at Mini In The Park provides MINI owners with an opportunity to see and handle actual gauges rather than just see photos on our website.  Only then is it really possible to show the quality workmanship that goes into the design and manufacture of each gauge.  Events like this are great and we will be back next year."

For more information on these and other gauges for the MINI, please contact the CAI and SMITHS team on:

Phone:  01639 732200

Email:  info@caigauge.com

Via the website

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