We test drove the WS1 and we looked at a few different ones. Some had the analog looking dials for speed and engine RPM and some looked exactly like yours. If you have had other FCA products, the setup works very similarly. The left steering wheel cluster of buttons is where you make changes and move things around. Start pressing the OK buttom in the middle left cluster on the steering wheel and then pressure left/right arrows and navigate the different settings menus. Not sure if the specific thing you want can be done but that is the general method to change things around in the instrument cluster. My Chrysler 300 was very similar. I'm also interested in your feedback about the vehicle. Any likes/dislikes and general observations would be appreciated. I'm in negotiations with the dealer and if the numbers work, we will pick up ours this month!
My feedback for the vehicle is it's great all around so far / short term I've had it. But it lives up to the hype of youtube video reviews having nothing but good things to say about it.
I feel like Wagoneer vs the large SUV comparison (Yukon/Surburban) the only thing you lose is ~10 inches overall vehicle length if you really need more than the whopping 116 cubic ft of cargo space.
I actually saw this as a benefit coming from a RAM 1500 truck because it's so much easier to make turns around tight corners and parking in/out.
What you gain is best interior comfort/seats, technology, 3rd row seat adult passenger roominess, 5.7L engine is a great fit, the RAM truck chassis, and it drives amazingly for power, pickup from red lights, handling, and planted on the road when cruising at all speeds up to highway.