I just finished writing my own quick little program to convert a vbox files to a speedometer video. I wrote the software so every aspect of the speedometer was user-programmable. In the video below, the speedomter spans 0-200 MPH, from 225 degrees to 315 degrees. The background is transparent, the digits are white, the needle is transparent red, and the gauge is 350x350 pixels. I wrote the program so that every aspect of the speedometer is programmable and auto-generated by software (no designing in a graphics program). If you want to change the top speed, no problem. Change the starting/ending angles, no problem. Change colors, needle color, transparency, no problem. Nothing is hard-coded in the software, and everything is customizeable.
If anybody wants to give it a try, send me a PM and I'll tell you want I need to know, then I'll give you an email address to send me your vbox file. I'm working on writing a web page interface so that users can select all of their own options...but the web page is only 1/2 done.
I don't know if there's anything else like this because I didn't check before writing the software. I just did it as a fun project for my own vidoes -- called "Speedo Wars" -- competitions between two cars. Eventually I plan to take this idea to the next level and annimate two cars running side-by-side -- just by converting their vBox files to video.