The basic answer to your question is: Yes
To be more specific, I cannot tell you if it will work or not. It appears you already have the specific dash version you want. What you can do is install it and see if it will work. What is the worst which can happen? If you are not modifying anything to fit the different gauge cluster, all you have to do is reinstall the old one and you are back where you started. No harm; no foul.
Again, I'm not sure about your exact model and manufacturer, but most vehicle manufacturers (excluding super cars and low volume vehicle producers) create a single wiring harness which will work across different models and sometimes even different platforms. This means most likely all of the wiring is in place to provide you with the connections you need as well as the input to the gauges. They do this for two simple reasons: 1) reduced engineering costs; 2) economy of numbers. Yes, both of those are related to saving money, but it's provided two different ways, which equates to even more savings and therefore more potential earnings. If the connectors are exactly the same, more than likely it will plug in and work for your needs.
If you find the gauges don't work, you can always go the aftermarket route to get what you want. There are plenty of gauge companies which will provide you with what you need. The main factor here is the outlay of money which you will incur in order to fulfill your needs/wants/desires. Companies such as Autometer, Classic Instruments, Dakota Digital, and VDO are just a few brands which can provide gauges for you. They can provide different sizes of different gauges for just about anything your heart desires. Going this route would require some fabrication, but if you are willing to put in the work, it really isn't too difficult. I've seen some really nicely done home installs. It just takes some research to figure out what you want and how to do it.