Spy Shots

Next Range Rover appears to drop the roof crossbeam for wide open views

It’s possible they add the crossbeam as a separate part from the main body. I’m going hope it’s gone and the next Range Rover, L460, gets even more glass. It’s also possible that this is what a fixed glass roof looks like vs. a roof that slides open.

Also don’t forget we might be seeing some of that Continental Intelligent Glass Control up there

Does anyone have a BIW pic of the L405 for rear side window size comparison? The one past the C pillar, I can’t remember what they call it – DLO or something?

Is the next Range Rover getting Bluetooth headphones?

Looks like the FCC short-term confidentiality expired for the HEM module coming in the next Range Rover(L460). It feels like an oversight because this appears to be the only thing recently detailed publicly.

This could just be the Bluetooth receiver for the car but they are calling it the “Headphone Emitter Module” DS-L460-150401-E01-21

Not overly interesting but fun when info slips out, even a little peak of the L460 in engineering diagram form:

Enjoy!

Eagle-eyed Jaguar Owner Spies CarPlay & Android Auto in F-Pace SVR

We’re still hearing this could show up for all running the latest InControl Touch Pro (Duo) software version starting later this month…

You can read more about Chris JD’s find here:

https://www.jaginfo.org/showthread.php?103930-ICTP/page3

Thanks all who helped on this one!

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And let’s never forget the icons included in early InControl Touch Pro builds:

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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