A dashboard displays the state of the world (current metrics) at a glance. Make sure they don't confuse projected potential benefits with current realities.
I'm not sure I understand the context, but it seems like you're trying to balance:
what is vs. what could be (if you adopt / pay for a feature). That is different than 'old' vs 'new'.
While feature adoption is vital, the concern is that users incorrectly interpret current states. This could lead to loss of trust in the dashboard, which is often a crucial view.
Dashboards impart assurance ('I can relax') or alarm ('put out that fire'), based on what's interpreted by the user.
Try progressive disclosure to tease the benefit.
In this example, you can show they'll gain more by activating 'Supermatch', but it's shown as a percentage increase, so as not to confuse them.
I.e., if it says '80k' they may be uncertain if it's 80k more, or 80k total. Or, 'great! I know have 80k matched!', and have a false sense of current realities.
Using a percentage tells them there's a benefit, and they can click
show to see a detailed comparison.
Once revealed, display a clear comparison between current and potential.
Once the user has opened the comparison, you can use color, position and other graphic indicators to make sure they understand what they'll get.
I've tried to use color and position to differentiate what is (the red that matches your icon), and what could be (the blue for Supermatch), and if it's unclear, you can add a legend: