Spy Shots

InControl Touch Pro Duo spied in the Range Rover Sport

Thanks for the tip Steve!

From a Russian language video by proAutoTV (Instagram), we see an externally camouflaged but internally exposed Range Rover Sport with InControl Touch Pro Duo.

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InControl Touch Pro Duo shown in recent Official LR Sunshade Install Guide

The install guide (creation date 8/8/17) for the Sunshade (Part No. VPLGS0487) uses an interesting version of the Range Rover interior…

The red arrows point to the updated steering wheel controls and the flush mounted touchscreen, along with the lack of physical buttons on the lower InControl Touch Pro Duo screen.  All very similar to the InControl Touch Pro Duo system in the all-new Range Rover Velar.

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Is this where you’ll charge a PHEV Range Rover?

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http://www.motorauthority.com/news/1102594_2018-land-rover-range-rover-spy-shots

The middlemen always come through – Range Rover Velar interior before March 1 reveal

Hidden in plain sight since February 9: http://www.disco3.co.uk/forum/topic156426.html

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I wonder if these glossy new steering wheel controls are touch sensitive with haptics?

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Spy shots of next Land Rover Discovery show interior parts borrowed from Range Rover

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

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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?