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.
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…
Continuing the amazing job of adding functionality to existing controls, so impressed.
Hidden in plain sight since February 9: http://www.disco3.co.uk/forum/topic156426.html
I wonder if these glossy new steering wheel controls are touch sensitive with haptics?
Not sure how much of this is just pre-production sharing but the Land Rover badge on the Rotary shifter/Terrain Response module looks like it might be the real thing. We’ll have to wait and see if the Range Rover steering wheel makes it over as well.
Image originally from: http://www.carscoops.com/2016/05/2017-land-rover-discovery-interior.html
That looks to be identical in layout to the current Range Rover with some changes including that Land Rover badge where Range Rover usually goes. And the new Terrain Response controls – It appears they’ve removed the rotary control for Terrain Response and replaced it with left and right buttons – similar to how it functions in the current models – Range Rover & Range Rover Sport get rotary control while the Evoque and Land Rovers get the right/left controls.
Another thing to note is the number of Terrain Response options shown there – is it only four or is there another one at the 9 o’clock position? Is Rock Crawl missing from this car?
From the new Jaguar XF Press Release:
Infotainment and connectivity is the most advanced Jaguar has ever offered. The all-new InControl Touch Pro system features a 10.2-inch touchscreen and Dual View technology which simultaneously allows the driver to see information such as navigation, while the front seat passenger watches TV or a DVD.
To handle the enormous amounts of data, InControl Touch Pro features a solid-state drive and a quad-core processor, and runs on state-of-the-art, ultra-fast Ethernet – a next-generation network offering exceptional data transfer rates. Combined, they deliver incredible graphics, fast response times and truly exceptional performance.