Last week, we decided to run a little poll. The question? Which car has the world’s best instrument cluster? And all of a sudden, our little poll wasn’t so little anymore. More than 13,000 of you voted for your favourite. And now, after a few days of voting, the results are in. With a massive 22 per cent of the vote, the Honda S2000 scored a convincing win, clocking more votes than second and third places combined. In a respectable second, with nine per cent of the vote, is the Lamborghini Aventador. And in third is the BMW E36 M3 - the only car in our top five with conventional dials - with seven per cent. Rounding out the top five is the Lamborghini Reventon in fourth and Lexus LFA in fifth. Towards the tail-end of the top 25 - as chosen by you lot on the Car Memes Facebook page - is, surprisingly, the Ferrari 458 Italia, with only two per cent of the vote. At the very bottom we find the Chrysler Laser XE, with a minuscule 0.45 per cent. Any of the results come as a surprise? Give us your thoughts below.
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