Here's another thing that seems a little out of time - the dash of the Austin Maestro/Montego, which also featured an electronic voice. Something attempted in the early 80s, which would be pretty ambitious even now.
I once had a client who, as a junior marketing person, had worked on this. He told tales of standing in damp Solihull carparks trying to get the voice to actually work so they could demonstrate it to government ministers, so they could get more money to keep the company going.
But look at those graphics - a solid-state electronic dash clearly sharing an inspirational path with 2001 et al, but not in a science-fiction film, in a mass-produced car.