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Be sure to take advantage of free Land Rover ICTP quarterly map updates, latest added red light camera alerts on Long Island for me

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Two audible beeps before getting to intersection and if in Navigation, camera icons appear on maps and text message displayed in right pane.

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Pictures from the Range Rover Velar Event, InControl Touch Pro Duo, Dash material pattern and others

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Ovalnews Mock-up 2017, Is this what The Range Rover could look like with InControl Touch Pro Duo?

Photoshop’s Perspective Warp really helped to make this mock-up.  I know it’s not perfect and there is plenty to nitpick but the general concepts are there – InControl Touch Pro Duo, Steering Wheel Controls, Gauge graphic from Velar, Removed controls rear of Rotary Gear Selector.  I was going to stick a Land Rover logo on there but couldn’t get a version I liked.

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Here’s my mock-up from July 2015 showing what we thought ICTP would look like in the Range Rover.  When it finally showed up in 2017 it was quite close…

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Analysis of 3-column InControl Touch Pro (v.Next) in Range Rover Velar

New HOME screen (sorry, my editor/CDN messed up the text quality)

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Further to my "Hit Settings Everywhere" in InControl Touch Pro, birds eye camera view now shows when reversing…

This was something I had seen on an F-Pace before but didn’t think it existed on Range Rover.  Again having thought I checked everywhere, I didn’t check in the most obvious place, the Settings screen for the feature itself when accessed with the main feature on-screen – as in, bring up the Cameras and then hit Settings and I found I could turn this on:

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I wonder if I didn’t have 360 PDC, would the birds eye view move to the far side and the reverse camera view get wider?

Settings screen:

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Here’s what Landscape view looks like:

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