The all-new Jaguar XF, a connected Jaguar, is said to be the first from the company to offer Jaguar’s InControl Touch Pro Infotainment System.
Jaguar Land Rover selected Nokia HERE integrated intelligent location technologies for the system, as well as for Jaguar’s smartphone companion apps to give drivers a smart guidance experience.
Built on the HERE Auto platform, the InControl Touch Pro Infotainment System reimagines what’s possible with connected car technology, with a set of driver-focused location services across multiple screens.
With InControl Touch Pro, Jaguar XF drivers have a car that learns their commuting patterns and preferences over time, combining that knowledge with live information from the vehicle and its environment to deliver real-time and relevant information at the right moment.
In the new Jaguar XF, the system actively syncs information from the driver’s smartphone companion app or computer to the car, so they only have to enter a route once for the whole journey.
Drivers can plan a trip at home and the route automatically shows up when they turn on the system in the car. If they make a spontaneous stop along the way, the system intuitively knows to keep routing to the final destination when they get back in the car.
In addition to the customisable home screens which InControl Touch Pro offers on its 10.2″ touch screen, HERE Auto technology allows the Jaguar XF to learn driving routines over time, whether daily commutes, school drop-offs or regular pit stops.
With personalized profiles, drivers can also customize one-touch recommendations for preferred fuel brands or other favourite destinations.
InControl Touch Pro is integrated with the Jaguar XF’s in-car sensors and connected to the HERE location cloud. If they are low on fuel, drivers get suggestions for the nearest fuel stations from their favourite brand, or with the lowest prices to fill up at.