Jaguar's InControl Touch Pro incorporates Google Street View-like destination images on its navigation route preview screen.

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InControl Touch Pro allows you to swipe through your music library's cover art just like on a smart phone.

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InControl Touch Pro's main screen has enough real estate to allow you to adjust the vehicle's various drive settings while still keeping tabs on the navigation system's route.

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InControl Touch Pro allows you to keep tabs on your driving style in an effort to coach you to achieve better fuel efficiency.

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InControl Touch enables the tailoring of interior light colors to the driver or passenger's delight. Light pipes around the interior can illuminate the cabin in shades from traditional to wild.

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This is the standard, uncluttered view of the Jaguar XF's available TFT gauge cluster, but the screen can be reconfigured to add in different information as the driver desires.

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Here's another basic view of the XF's TFT gauge cluster, this time showing basic music information on the left side.

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This is an in-cluster view of a navigation path, including building outlines. Note that the full-color laser head-up display can also provide navigation assistance, along with the main infotainment screen in the center stack.

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The Jaguar XF's TFT gauge cluster showing the navigation route in a night setting.

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