Three column display for InControl Touch Pro Next; below left is the I-PACE concept and right is from the Range Rove Velar teaser. Broad strokes but obviously where they’re going.
The I-PACE "flightdeck" graphic also informs on some Velar guesses
Capacitive Switches; hidden-until-lit controls that do have haptic feedback when pressed.
Lower Touchscreen for climate and more:
Can someone please grammatically advise – is it:
While checking out the awesome new Land Rover iGuide app, I noticed that Land Rover writes it three different ways… Image above shows it from new app, Land Rover website that features the app (but oddly doesn’t link to it) and the Land Rover official manuals website.
Since delivery, for some COMPLETELY UNEXPLAINABLE reason, the InControl Touch Pro Weather Live app used Fahrenheit on the side panel but Celsius when displayed full screen on a 2017 Range Rover.
My preference for Fahrenheit is chosen everywhere I could find prior to today. The InControl website account, the car itself, and a few other places all set for Fahrenheit. And as shown, it works fine for the side panel.
But the key for the fix that I found today while checking out another feature is simple (And apparently undocumented?)
Bring up the full screen Weather Live app then tap the Settings button (small double gear icon) then Weather Settings then configure from there. A few taps and all is fixed.
As I found, hitting that Settings button on every screen and then going into the contextual settings for the function displayed has helped find some things previously hidden to me.
US Pricing, on sale from mid-2017
Discovery SE, 3.0L S/C V6, 340hp
Discovery HSE, 3.0L S/C V6, 340hp
Discovery HSE Td6 (diesel), 3.0L T/C V6, 254hp
Discovery HSE Luxury, 3.0L S/C V6, 340hp
Discovery HSE Luxury Td6 (diesel), 3.0L T/C V6, 254hp
Discovery First Edition, 3.0L S/C V6, 340hp
UK Pricing, on sale from Spring 2017
Discovery HSE Luxury
Discovery First Edition
£68,295 OTR (Limited to 600 in the UK)
- The new Land Rover Discovery is a full-sized, three-row, seven-seat SUV with unbeatable capability and versatility
- It embodies Land Rover’s drive to go Above and Beyond, combining British desirability with an unstoppable spirit of adventure
- New Land Rover Discovery on sale from Spring 2017 priced from £43,495 (OTR)
The Seven Wonders of Discovery:
Seven principles describe the essence of Discovery and have guided its creation:
1. The Magnificent Seven: every seat is the best seat in the house
- Flexible interior provides seven full-sized adult seats, instantly configurable from your smartphone using the world-first remote Intelligent Seat Fold technology
2. A much loved member of the family: keeping you safe for the last 26 years
- Semi-autonomous safety technology provides the family peace of mind
- Premium interior combines leading design with durable, high-quality materials and space for the whole family
3. King of the hill: unstoppable on all surfaces, all terrains and in all weathers
- Land Rover’s full-sized SUV architecture delivers world-beating all-terrain capability
- Lightweight aluminium construction saves 480kg, delivering enhanced efficiency and CO2 emissions from 171g/km
- Super clean Ingenium family grows with adoption of 240PS, four-cylinder diesel engine with 500Nm of torque
- Towing king: best-in-class 3,500kg towing capacity and semi-autonomous Advanced Tow Assist take the stress out of difficult reversing manoeuvres
4. British creativity: designed with charm & sophistication loved by the world
- Design retains key Discovery family cues, adding optimised proportions and sophisticated surfaces
5. Storage addiction: discover the space for everything
- Up to 2,406 litres of luggage space with seven seats as standard in the UK and clever storage for 21st century family essentials
6. Connects every generation: Ingenious features that make life easier
- Digital Discovery equipped with up to nine USB ports, four 12-volt charging points and an in-car 3G WiFi hotspot for up to eight devices
7. After the roads end: reaching threatened habitats and vulnerable people
- New Discovery will continue Land Rover’s work in humanitarian aid and conservation projects around the world
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