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I have a 2019 GMC Denali Ultimate.  I believe I have the most up to date software in 803.  I was at my Chevy dealership with a friend and he was driving a High Country and I noticed the Heads up Display showed audio information and other information when changing channels, etc.  My Denali does not do that and I wondered if anyone else knew or saw that the same?  Not to say this bad, but would the Silverado have additional features the Sierra would not?  I can't believe the Denali would not have "all" the possible features considering one is paying more for it, but from what I have seen, this information is not shown on the GMC's.  I have brought this item up previous as those features are shown on GMC's website when advertising features of the Sierra and mentioned it to my dealer but they say there is no way they can find out from General Motors.  Can anyone confirm if their Sierra/Silverado shows audio information on their Heads Up Display?  Thank you in advance.  

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FYI, it's "head up". Just sayin'.😁

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No audio displayed on my LTZ. Running the same software (v803). Some people with the earlier software (v507) still had the audio displayed up there, but never me, so I don’t think it’s related to the software. Pretty annoying.

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2 hours ago, robertkoors said:

I have a 2019 GMC Denali Ultimate.  I believe I have the most up to date software in 803.  I was at my Chevy dealership with a friend and he was driving a High Country and I noticed the Heads up Display showed audio information and other information when changing channels, etc.  My Denali does not do that and I wondered if anyone else knew or saw that the same?  Not to say this bad, but would the Silverado have additional features the Sierra would not?  I can't believe the Denali would not have "all" the possible features considering one is paying more for it, but from what I have seen, this information is not shown on the GMC's.  I have brought this item up previous as those features are shown on GMC's website when advertising features of the Sierra and mentioned it to my dealer but they say there is no way they can find out from General Motors.  Can anyone confirm if their Sierra/Silverado shows audio information on their Heads Up Display?  Thank you in advance.  

1 hour ago, tbarn said:

FYI, it's "head up". Just sayin'.😁

ACTUALLY...., it's "Head-Up Display," HUD. 

 

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I have audio info on my At4, march build date, not sure what S/W version I am running.  Shows Station and/or song, like when I am playing off USB song title shows up.

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can some post pictures of it showing the audio or phone info?

 

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On 4/15/2019 at 3:21 PM, OnTheReel said:

No audio displayed on my LTZ. Running the same software (v803). Some people with the earlier software (v507) still had the audio displayed up there, but never me, so I don’t think it’s related to the software. Pretty annoying.

I didn't think the LTZ had an option for the HUD standard?  Did you get the technology package to get that?   

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Yeah, it came with the tech package. You also get the rear camera mirror and the High Country’s cluster with that deal.

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Here is a picture showing phone information displaying as a call comes in

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