Traditionally, cars with a gear lever placed this control where the two areas of the console and tunnel merge, or at the furthest end of the console in the front wheel. In some modern vehicles, particularly in vans, the gear lever is mounted in the front, more upright part of the centre console so that it is within easy reach of the driver, without the need for a long gear lever on the steering column.
Centre consoles increasingly include numerous storage compartments and cup holders, some with a fridge, in addition to the more traditional use as a purely surface area for instruments (e.g. displaying outside temperature) and controls (car audio system).
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