I was looking at an old spy shot(can’t find the origin) and a new bit of information caught my eye.
For background, when the Range Rover Evoque was released, one of its new safety features was a live graphic that displays the status of each seatbelt in the vehicle. The driver can clearly see who is and isn’t buckled in; green is secure, red is not, along with an actual textual warning.
This is what it looks like in the Evoque:
In the spy shot below of the next Range Rover, the L405, we see something that looks oddly similar:
Here’s a closer look:
The graphic does match the Evoque’s, even with the triangular icon of the belted person on the “hood”. Notice the number of indicators: Two green for the front passengers, a row of red in the back seats and then the interesting bit. What are the two red dots that are clearly showing up in the trunk?