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Visteon has announced that Jaguar awarded it the development of an advanced instrument cluster for the all-new Jaguar XK. The instrument cluster features an advanced high-resolution 3.8-inch colour quarter Video Graphics Array (VGA) display based on thin-film transistor (TFT) technology.

Visteon says it designed the Jaguar XK instrument cluster to deliver enhanced vehicle information to the driver while delivering superior styling. Featuring a large TFT screen, the cluster allows Jaguar to differentiate its driver information interface through function, features and appearance.

The instrument cluster houses two main round dials in chrome and tube design. White gauges with green illumination are placed at either side of the advanced high-resolution display, which is based on TFT technology capable of 262,144 colours. Using a powerful 32-bit processor, three multiplex networks and the graphics controller, the high quality 256-color display is split into several zones to allow easy access to driver information such as vehicle body functionality, gear selection, cruise control information or tyre pressure warning.

Visteon also offers a LCD builder tool which eases definition of display content. The tool, it says, supports a more efficient implementation of the different displays and screen layout variants during the development of the instrument cluster. This, Visteon claims, offers a major benefit as it allows the car manufacturer to personalise and implement display changes during the development phase, while eliminating manual specification and data coding errors.

Other Visteon technologies on the Jaguar XK include the starter control unit manufactured at Visteon’s Cadiz plant in Spain, the Satellite Radio System supplied by Visteon Altec (Mexico), the complete cooling module which is manufactured in (Basildon, UK) and chassis components (Swansea, UK).

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Latest research from Omdia has found that Chinese display maker BOE has led the market in shipments of large area TFT LCD displays in December 2021, both in units and total area shipped. This accounts for nearly one-third of whole unit shipments, as the industry set new records for shipments for the month and year.

Pandemic restrictions impacted demand for and spending across home entertainment products with display shipments of TV and IT devices experiencing a growth surge. The total of large area TFT display shipments rose to a record 89.4 million square meters in December, reflecting a 4 percent month-on-month increase over November, as well as 5 percent Year on Year growth (YoY), Omdia reported in its latest Large Area Display Market Tracker.

For the full year, large area TFT LCD shipments increased with 9 percent YoY by units and 4 percent YoY by area, reaching 962.7 million units and 228.8 million square meters shipped in 2021, both historical highs and marking the first time the industry has ever shipped more than 900 million units in a year.

Among display makers, China"s BOE took the largest shares for both units and total area shipped in 2021. BOE took 31.5 percent for units shipped and 26.2 percent for area shipped, marking the first time one maker has captured over 31 percent market share for whole unit shipments and 26 percent share for whole area shipments in large area TFT LCD history.

Beyond BOE, Innolux took 15.4 percent market share for large area TFT LCD unit shipments, followed by LG Display with 13.4 percent in 2021. For total area shipped, China Star took 15.8 percent as second largest maker after BOE, followed by LG Display in third with 11.9 percent in 2021.

Strong demand particularly for mobile PC LCD during the pandemic increased notebook PC LCD unit shipments in 2021, rising 26 percent YoY. Tablet PC LCD unit shipments also rose 7 percent YoY last year. On the other hand, the LCD TV display segment saw unit shipments fall 4 percent YoY due to a slowdown in demand in 3Q21. But ongoing LCD TV size migration in favor of larger screens meant that total LCD TV display area shipped increased 2 percent YoY in 2021 despite the drop in unit shipments.

Large area TFT LCD revenue increased 34 percent YoY in 2021 and reached US$85.2 billion, also setting a record and the first time large area TFT LCD revenue has ever exceeded $80 billion. Strong demand and size migration to larger screens during COVID-19 pandemic combined with display price hikes up until 3Q21 to drive the high revenue number.

YoonSung Chung, senior research manager for large area displays and supply chain at Omdia, commented: "Display makers waited for results from Black Friday sales to set their early 2022 sales and pricing strategies. However, results seem to fall short of expectations for LCD TVs. LCD TV display buyers will price LCD TV displays more aggressively in the coming months.

"While demand for IT displays is weakening, panel makers’ supply plans are ambitious. Unless panel makers adjust their fab utilisation, price erosions could imminently worsen for large area display applications, including monitor and notebook PC LCDs. Omdia expects the LCD TV panel prices to reach the price bottom in 1H 2022 and then gradually rebound based on the market demand recovery."

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Ahead of its time by a few years, the 1976 Aston Martin Lagonda featured a set of three five-inch CRT screens in its instrument cluster, displaying the speedometer, fuel and temperature together with the RPM and time in bright green pixels.

As display technology has advanced over the last 50 years, the automotive industry has been slow to adopt new technology due to high safety, reliability and cost requirements. But as we now celebrate the flexible OLED display in a production vehicle –

LCDs first appeared in cars in 1980 as simple clock displays, roughly 10 years after Martin Schadt and Wolfgang Helfrich filed their patent for the Twisted Nematic effect LCD.

Lower production costs of TN LCDs made it viable for much wider automotive use. Display technology, at least in some capacity, would no longer be a novelty found only in luxury vehicles. In 1983, the Renault 11 Electronic became the first European hatchback to use LCD display technology.

The ‘active matrix’ concept behind Thin-Film-Transistors (TFT) was first presented in 1968, but TFT LCD didn’t start making it"s way into volume consumer products until the ‘90s.

TFT displays turn on individual pixels rather than deliver current to an entire target area, generating a higher quality image than ‘passive matrix’ TN, STN and FSTN LCDs.

Compared to predecessors, TFT displays are thinner, provide better visibility in bright and dark conditions, support wider viewing angles and offer interconnectivity.

Over the next 10 years, TFT very slowly started to replace passive LCD technology in high end vehicles but many low cost vehicles would still use passive LCDs for years to come.I worked on my first Automotive TFT project in 2010, a mono 3.4 inch display that was used in the Ford Fiesta/ Focus and rolled out globally.

TFT displays have incrementally improved displaying full colour or monochrome video and integrating data from multiple sources at the same time. TFT is still the go-to display technology for infotainment systems and instrument clusters in today’s cars.

OLED was invented by Kodak scientists Ching Tang and Steven Van Slyke in 1987. In the early 2000s, OLED displays were limited to only mobile phones and video and digital cameras. It took nearly 30 years to make it into a vehicle due to high manufacturing costs. Once again, Aston Martin was the early adopter. It made its entrance into automotive displays in 2005 when the Aston Martin DB9 installed an OLED display in its instrument cluster.

The same principles that have driven innovation within automotive displays the past 50 years will continue to guide which display technology is fit-for-purpose for automotive in future. Auto companies will have to balance consumer demand for a high-tech experience like multi-app integration with cost, quality and safety standards above and beyond what’s required in other consumer industries.

What is clear now is that the evolution of automotive display will continue and ReportLinker forecasts that the global automotive smart display market will grow from $7.2 billion in 2020 to $10.9 billion in 2025.

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Prices of TFT LCD and AMOLED panels for handset applications are expected to continue falling in June and July, due to rising inventory levels at handset brands, according to market...

Taiwan"s large-size TFT LCD panel shipments are forecast to grow only 3.2% sequentially in the third quarter, followed by a slight drop in the fourth, according to Digitimes Resear...

HannStar Display plans to invest NT$17 billion (US$607.4 million) to build an additional LCD panel production capacity of 30,000 substrates monthly, which will come online by 2023,...

Taiwan"s large-size TFT LCD panel shipments (excluding Sharp"s) for first-quarter 2021 slipped 3.4% sequentially but grew 51.5% on year to 72.25 million pieces, according to Digitimes...

Global shipments of small- to medium-size TFT LCD panels will be steady in a five-year forecast period to reach 1.82 billion units in 2025, after seeing an on-year fall of 19.7% to...

Global shipments of automotive CID (central information display) panels (including those for aftermarket but excluding white-box models) are forecast to fall 9.9% on year to 80 million...

Global shipments of small- to medium-size TFT LCD panels are expected to total 1.8 billion units in 2024, representing a CAGR of minus 4.4% from the levels seen in 2019, Digitimes...

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Intelligent all-wheel drive:Mated to smooth shifting automatic transmissions – Jaguar’s all-wheel drive system features Intelligent Driveline Dynamics**, and now has driveline disconnect as standard for improved efficiency

The exterior design enhancements give Jaguar’s compact performance SUV a more assertive stance and luxurious appearance. At the front the changes include a revised lower aperture incorporating a distinctive blade element. A new grille mesh design with diamond detailing is influenced by the Jaguar heritage logo and features a contemporary Noble Chrome finish, while new side fender vents feature the iconic Leaper emblem.

New E-PACE features key design elements from across the Jaguar family, enhancing the exterior and introducing beautiful new details to the interior. All this ensures the latest model has a more grown-up appeal while retaining its compact performance SUV sensibilities.

Heightened attention to detail is provided by an embossed Jaguar Leaper on the headrests while ‘Est.1935 Jaguar Coventry’ upholstery tags reference the history and heritage of the brand. Additional beautiful details include Jaguar animal print pattern in the central cubby area and in front of the drive selector.

New E-PACE utilises Jaguar’s Premium Transverse Architecture, which has been designed and engineered to accommodate the latest electrified powertrain technologies. This includes the new three-cylinder P300e PHEV**** powertrain as well as the next-generation four-cylinder diesel and latest petrol Ingenium engines, which feature Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicle (MHEV) technology.

Advanced features include intelligent All-Wheel Drive and smooth-shifting automatic transmissions, ensuring the new E-PACE delivers the confidence-inspiring dynamics, traction and refinement expected from a Jaguar.

The new Jaguar E-PACE is available with a comprehensive choice of powertrains to suit any requirement while the new Premium Transverse Architecture ensures the exceptional performance, ride, handling and comfort expected from a Jaguar.

The new architecture also provides improved front suspension attachment point stiffness, delivering a more comfortable ride while retaining trademark Jaguar agility. The structure reduces vibration and harshness across the whole cabin, making it a tranquil sanctuary for all occupants, while also reducing cabin noise for enhanced comfort and refinement.

The majority of models feature Jaguar’s intelligent all-wheel-drive system, with three-cylinder AWD models mated to eight-speed automatic transmissions, four-cylinder models using nine-speed automatic transmissions. Ratios are closely-spaced for immediate response, with manual control facilitated by using the zinc-alloy steering wheel shift paddles for added driver engagement. A six-speed manual gearbox is fitted as standard on the front-wheel-drive 163PS diesel derivative.

Exclusive to the 300 SPORT, Jaguar’s second-generation Active Driveline AWD system delivers accomplished all-wheel traction with trademark dynamic capability.

All E-PACE models have Jaguar Drive Control featuring Comfort, Eco, Rain-Ice-Snow (on FWD models) and Dynamic modes, which can be chosen manually by the driver based on the road conditions. The settings, selected through a toggle switch next to the all-new Drive Selector, adapt the E-PACE’s steering, transmission, throttle and (when specified) Adaptive Damping calibrations.

The E-PACE uses Jaguar’s sophisticated Integral Link rear suspension concept. The Integral Link architecture separates lateral and longitudinal forces, providing the optimum combination of responsive steering and handling with longitudinal impact absorption and refinement.

The new E-PACE features Jaguar’s advanced Electronic Vehicle Architecture, dubbed EVA 2.0, which supports a range of new technologies to ensure the vehicle is always connected and always up to date.

Advanced SOTA connectivity enables customers to download and install software updates without having to visit a Jaguar retailer. Updates are downloaded in the background, with customers notified by an alert detailing the key changes. For updates that require the vehicle to be switched-off, customers can schedule a convenient time for installation.

Complementing the central 11.4-inch touchscreen is the latest 12.3-inch HD Interactive Driver Display with enhanced graphics and a configurable layout which can show full screen navigation mapping with turn-by-turn instructions, digital dials, media, contact list or infotainment details. The interactive driver display works in conjunction with the latest generation full colour TFT Head-up Display which is brighter, with a larger information area and enhanced resolution.

The new E-PACE also features Jaguar’s ClearSight Interior Rear View Mirror technology for the first time. The system brings improved convenience by ensuring the driver has an unobstructed view of the road behind. Using a wide angle rear-facing camera, the system feeds images to a high-definition screen within the frameless rear view mirror; unhindered by tall rear passengers, poor light or rain on the rear screen.

Jaguar’s Driver Condition Monitor technology is able to detect if the driver is beginning to feel drowsy and alert them to take a break. The technology uses inputs from thousands of data points, some of which are measured every one thousandth of a second – including steering, pedal inputs and general driving behaviour – to detect signs of tiredness. In addition, Adaptive Cruise Control maintains a set distance to the car in front, for more relaxed, enjoyable and less tiring long distance journeys.

Available in all exterior colours, it features 20-inch five-spoke Diamond-turned with Black accent wheels, Black Exterior Pack and powered tailgate. On the inside, illuminated Jaguar treadplates, Meridian Audio, Ebony Suedecloth headlining and R-Dynamic Taurus Sport seats in Ebony, Cloud or Deep Garnet all help to set the 300 SPORT apart.

Jaguar Land Rover is constantly seeking ways to improve the specification, design and production of its vehicles, parts and accessories and alterations take place continually. Whilst every effort is made to produce up-to-date literature, this document should not be regarded as an infallible guide to current specifications or availability, nor does it constitute an offer for the sale of any particular vehicle, part or accessory. All figures are manufacturer’s estimates.

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(MAHWAH, N.J.) – August 1, 2018 –Today, the Jaguar brand announced a series of updates to its award-winning F-PACE performance SUV. For the 2019 model year, the best-selling Jaguar model will feature exterior and interior enhancements, the latest driver assistance technologies and additional convenience features.

The F-PACE remains true to the aesthetic of the award-winning C-X17 concept – both vehicles were designed by the same team. Thanks to the flexibility of the Lightweight Aluminum Architecture, the designers could work hand in hand with the engineers to determine key dimensions such as the wheelbase and track, delivering the proportions and elegant lines that distinguish the F-PACE as a Jaguar.

“We designed the F-PACE to be first and foremost a Jaguar. That’s why it has exciting proportions, a dynamic stance, pure surfaces and a beautiful sensuality about it. Its progressive, purposeful appearance has clearly been influenced by the F-TYPE,” said Ian Callum, Director of Design, Jaguar. “Every Jaguar should draw your eye from 200 meters away and I believe the presence of the F-PACE on the road is second to none in this class. The Lightweight Aluminum Architecture gave us the design freedom to create a car with latent poise – a svelte car with attitude. It looks assertive yet not aggressive. But it’s also versatile and equipped with real-world answers to everyday questions.”

The influence of the F-TYPE is instantly apparent at the rear of the F-PACE, from the design of the LED tail lights to the muscular rear haunches. The rakish angle of the rear windshield underlines the unrivalled load space behind it. This influence extends to the silhouette if the F-PACE, with its sleek roofline and short front overhang reflecting the vehicle’s agile responses. The fender vents are another familiar Jaguar design feature. The large diameter wheels – especially the range of forged 22-inch designs – enhance the purposeful stance.

The taut surfaces and clean lines of the bodysides – formed from a single sheet of aluminum – reflect the Jaguar brand’s expertise in designing, engineering and manufacturing vehicles using this lightweight material. Perfectly balancing form and function, the geometry of every pillar in the upper canopy has been optimized to deliver the best possible visibility for all occupants.

The sleek headlights, available with adaptive full-LED technology as an option, feature daytime running lights with the signature Jaguar ‘J’ Blade design.

The Jaguar F-PACE is a true five-seater with a spacious, luxurious interior featuring the premium materials, craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail that gives every Jaguar vehicle its unique sense of occasion.

The attention to detail continues with the introduction of a standard frameless rear view mirror, illuminated metal treadplates with Jaguar script, bright metal pedals, premium carpet mats, suedecloth headlining, chrome seat switches on the 10-way adjustable seats and optional carbon fiber trim finishers.

The Instrument Cluster features two large, deeply hooded dials and a central TFT display, or an optional 12.3-inch Interactive Driver Display offering a choice of four visual themes and a full-screen navigation display while the touchscreen of the standard InControl Touch Pro™ infotainment system measures 10-inches1. Configurable interior ambient lighting with 10-color options enhances the sense of luxury inside.

Jaguar InControl® Touch Pro™, which is featured as standard on all models from 2019 model year, is designed and developed in-house around technologies including a quad-core processor and ultra-fast Ethernet network, delivering a truly exceptional user experience1.

For 2019, the system features refreshed screen layouts and graphical treatments inspired by the Touch Pro Duo infotainment system found in the Jaguar I-PACE, for a more modern, intuitive appearance.

A 10-inch touchscreen, offered as standard across the F-PACE lineup for 2019, making interaction smooth and seamless. The home screen can be customized and widgets can be added – users can even add additional home screens if they wish. The super-wide display also enables multi-tasking: media, for example, can be shown in the main screen area, while a side panel shows information such as call history, navigation data or weather reports1.

Commute Mode, also available with Pro Services, learns your daily drive so that it can offer alternative routes to avoid congestion using historical and real-time traffic information. Arrival Mode adds a 360-degree interactive view of your destination alongside the map display when you’re within 656ft (200m) – it can even show you where the nearest parking lots are and then direct you to them1.

For 2019, the Jaguar F-PACE can be specified with Apple CarPlay® and Android™ Auto as part of the new optional Smartphone Package. Drivers can interact with key mobile apps through the vehicle’s central touchscreen in a manner similar to a smartphone8,9. Certain functions of the system can also be controlled via the vehicle’s Voice Control, providing additional convenience8.

The F-PACE benefits from the Jaguar brand’s expertise in designing and manufacturing aluminum monocoques. Using the brand’s Lightweight Aluminum Architecture as the vehicle’s basis, the F-PACE features 80 percent aluminum construction, a composite tailgate, a magnesium cross-car beam and a magnesium front-end carrier.

The highly optimized structure, which also features advanced high strength steels in areas such as the rear floor, is joined using 2,616 self-piercing rivets, 238.8ft (72.8 meters) of structural adhesive and 566 spot-welds. The resulting torsional stiffness matches that of the Jaguar XF and, together with the advanced suspension systems, is key to the vehicle’s excellent blend of ride, handling and refinement.

The F-PACE is the third Jaguar model developed using the brand’s Lightweight Aluminum Architecture and features the highest aluminum content yet, of which almost a third is the RC5754 alloy, made predominantly from recycled material and unique to Jaguar Land Rover.

Everything about the F-PACE has been engineered from the outset to deliver the driving experience which sets all Jaguar vehicles apart from the competition. The philosophy was not one of adapting the core DNA to suit expectations of how a performance SUV could ride and handle, but instead Jaguar took the exceptional dynamics of its sedans and sports cars and applied them to the F-PACE.

“We develop every Jaguar to offer an exceptional combination of agility and responsiveness with exceptional ride and refinement – and the F-PACE is no exception,” said Mike Cross, Chief Engineer of Vehicle Integrity, Jaguar. "Applying all of the learning from the F-TYPE, the steering reacts immediately, giving a truly connected feel. The double wishbone and Integral Link suspension offer the ideal balance of precise handling and body control, making the F-PACE as rewarding to drive as it is comfortable to be driven in.”

Every Jaguar is designed to set a benchmark for steering. The F-PACE is no exception, and this target drove the development of every single component between the steering wheel and the tire contact patch in order to achieve the unique combination of precision, response and linearity that defines the Jaguar brand’s steering DNA.

The Electric Power Assisted Steering (EPAS) features software tuned with all of the learnings taken from the Jaguar F-TYPE, XE and XF. The F-PACE system also benefits from the addition of closed-loop control. Specially developed algorithms calculate the forces coming back from the road and use this information to further refine the level of assistance, making the steering even more intuitive.

To preserve Jaguar dynamics DNA and make the system as effective as possible, the calibration was done in-house, the controller is bespoke, and development was done in parallel with the base chassis handling balance. And because the system enables such fine levels of wheel control it can also deliver benefits at slower speeds too, such as when driving on mud or snow6.

The most fuel efficient powertrain offered in the Jaguar F-PACE7, the 180hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder Ingenium diesel produces 318lb-ft of torque from low engine speeds, delivering strong acceleration whenever the driver demands it3.

The family of Jaguar Land Rover Ingenium gasoline engines features innovative technologies delivering low levels of friction to optimize efficiency and refinement. They also deploy twin scroll turbos to reduce lag, enhancing power output and efficiency from the turbo.

In a first for Jaguar, the exhaust manifold is also integrated with the cylinder head casting. Passing coolant through the manifold considerably reduces warm-up times, when engines are at their least efficient, to enhance fuel consumption and control emissions.

All gasoline Jaguar engines are also now equipped with particulate filters to make them even cleaner. The highly efficient, close-coupled filters are neatly integrated into the after-treatment system and trap ultrafine particles as the exhaust gas passes through them. Under normal driving conditions, the trapped particles will be oxidized into CO2 and the filter regenerated whenever the driver lifts off the accelerator.

For drivers seeking the most rewarding experience, Jaguar offers a 380hp 3.0-liter supercharged V6 engine. This all-aluminum powertrain is shared with the F-TYPE sports car and characterized by the immediate throttle response, linear power delivery and unique intake and exhaust sound.

The vehicle’s rotary gearshift controller is distinguished by a rubberized surface for improved tactility. Although the transmission has been designed to select the right gear at the right time depending on the mode chosen in the JaguarDrive™ Control system and according to driving style, enthusiasts will make the most of manual shift control using the steering wheel-mounted paddles.

These technologies are designed to ensure the F-PACE delivers the connected steering feel and rear wheel drive character inherent to the Jaguar dynamics DNA, together with handling and performance, which fully exploits the benefits of extra traction when required6. This could not be realized with a conventional, full-time AWD system. This extraordinary achievement leverages the Jaguar Land Rover brand’s unrivalled experience and leadership in AWD technologies.

This intelligence, coupled with the extremely fast-acting transfer case, enables IDD to employ both pre-emptive and reactive control strategies, assisting in improving dynamics and traction6. If IDD predicts that the rear axle is approaching the limit of available traction, the system is designed to transfer the required torque to the front axle. Torque can also be fed forwards to help mitigate oversteer by providing yaw damping. IDD is also networked to JaguarDrive Control and the Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) system so that torque distribution can be even further optimized.

When fitted, AdSR replaces Rain/Ice/Snow mode in the JaguarDrive Control system, AdSR operates throughout the vehicle’s entire speed range and is designed to enable even finer optimization of the vehicle’s systems to make the most of the available traction, helping the driver to make smooth progress even in adverse road conditions6.

AdSR debuted in the Jaguar XF with two modes – one for low-friction surfaces such as snow and ice, and one for medium-friction surfaces such as wet tarmac or gravel. In the F-PACE, a third mode has been developed for high-drag conditions such as deep snow and deep gravel to further exploit the vehicle’s inherent capability.

The performance of the F-PACE on varied surfaces and challenging weather is a function of the Jaguar Land Rover brand’s all-wheel-drive technologies and the inherent advantages of the Lightweight Aluminum Architecture.

Equipped as standard, the All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) system leverages knowledge built up over decades by Jaguar Land Rover in the development of off-road technologies. ASPC functions like a low-speed cruise control and can operate between 2.2mph and 18.6mph (3.6km/h and 30km/h). After activating the system by pressing a button on the center console, the driver uses the cruise control switches on the steering wheel to set the maximum speed. After that, the system is designed to keep the vehicle moving without throttle/brake input from the driver – the driver only manages the steering input6.

Drifting out of lane can be caused by driver fatigue as well as inattentiveness, and this can be identified by periods of little or no steering activity followed by sudden or excessive inputs. Fitted as standard, the Driver Condition Monitor system recognizes these patterns, and, by also checking activation of brake and accelerator pedals, will display a multi-stage visual warning in the instrument panel to prompt the driver to take a break6.

Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) has been enhanced for 2019 model year as Traffic Sign Recognition+ (TSR+) to incorporate the recognition of more signs6. The system uses the forward-facing camera to keep the driver informed of the speed limit – including temporary limits which apply in road construction, for example, variable limits on highways, or reduced limits when towing. The limit is displayed in the instrument cluster and the head-up display (when fitted), and camera data is always cross-referenced against GPS data for maximum robustness. If the driver selects the over-speed warning function, the ring around the sign graphic flashes whenever the limit is exceeded, giving a prompt to slow down.

The optional Head-Up Display (HUD) system can place information such vehicle speed, turn-by-turn navigation instructions and speed limits right in the driver’s eye line (when fitted with satellite navigation and TSR), assisting in minimizing the amount of time spent glancing down at the instrument cluster6. The color images are exceptionally sharp and are adjustable both in height and in brightness; the HUD can also be switched off if desired.

More than a quarter of a million test miles were accumulated in these two regions alone, where ambient temperatures can fall as low as -40°F and reach as high as 122°F. Going to such measures ensures that everything from tires to the climate control systems to the infotainment touchscreens function perfectly in extreme conditions, and is fundamental to the Jaguar brand’s focus on ever-higher standards of quality and durability.

Among the features at the Jaguar Land Rover winter proving ground in Arjeplog are 37.3miles (60km) of purpose-designed handling tracks, loops, inclines and split-friction straights. Testing in Dubai included graveled mountain passes and dry riverbeds known as wadis – the F-PACE is the first Jaguar to be tested in these particularly challenging environments.

This is also the first time that a Jaguar has been evaluated in the mud and ruts of the legendary Eastnor test facility in the UK: until now, only Land Rover vehicles have been developed here. It’s fitting too that the F-PACE was not assessed using existing sedan car test requirements: instead, tests were derived from the Land Rover brand’s uniquely demanding standards.

The F-PACE becomes the first member of the Jaguar PACE family to be given the SVR treatment. The combination of a 550hp 5.0-liter Supercharged V8 engine, uprated suspension and specially tuned EPAS system deliver the most thrilling iteration of the performance SUV yet. Bespoke exterior enhancements deliver a more muscular design along with additional dynamic benefits, while performance-focused design upgrades continue inside. Developed and engineered by Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations (SVO), the SVR is the all-purpose performance SUV.

1Do not use Jaguar InControl® features under conditions that will affect your safety or the safety of others. Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control.

4 Price shown is Base Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price. Excludes $1,025 destination/handling charge, tax, title, license, and retailer fees, all due at signing, and optional equipment. Total Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price includes destination/handling charge noted above and may include optional equipment but excludes tax, title, license and retailer fees, all due at signing. Retailer price, terms and vehicle availability may vary. See your local authorized Jaguar Retailer for details.

6 These features are not a substitute for driving safely with due care and attention and will not function under all circumstances, speeds, weather and road conditions, etc. Driver should not assume that these features will correct errors of judgment in driving. Please consult the owner"s manual or your local authorized Jaguar Retailer for more details.

7 All figures are Manufacturer"s fuel economy estimates based on 2019MY Jaguar F-PACE 20d fuel economy figures (26 city / 33 highway / 29 combined). Actual mileage may vary.

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Jaguar has overhauled its F-Pace offer for global markets, moving the rest of the world to the 2024 model year before the end of 2022. For countries that get the F-Pace P400e PHEV, the good news is the lithium-ion battery"s been given an extra cell module to increase capacity to 19.2 kWh. That takes pure electric range from 33 miles to 40 miles on the WLTP cycle. Jaguar says this trim accounts for more than 10% of F-Pace sales globally, a healthy tally considering North America accounts for perhaps a third of global sales and Jaguar doesn"t offer its flagship PHEV here yet. In countries that favor electrified vehicles like the Netherlands, Jaguar says uptake can reach 98%.

New standard equipment means better spec for some versions, a TFT digital gauge cluster and the Pivi Pro infotainment system part of the purchase price. The infotainment comes with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, what3words navigation and Alexa integration. The R-Dynamic SE comes with wireless charging, the R-Dynamic HSE now comes with an Ebony Suedecloth headliner standard. If opting for the Black Pack on models that don"t come with it, more external bits are drenched in the dark gloss: grille and grille surround, side mirror caps, fender vents, window surrounds, rear valance and rear badges. Detail changes include wheel center caps going monochrome black and silver instead of red and silver, and the R-Dynamic badge going monochrome black and gray instead of red and green.

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In recent time, China domestic companies like BOE have overtaken LCD manufacturers from Korea and Japan. For the first three quarters of 2020, China LCD companies shipped 97.01 million square meters TFT LCD. And China"s LCD display manufacturers expect to grab 70% global LCD panel shipments very soon.

BOE started LCD manufacturing in 1994, and has grown into the largest LCD manufacturers in the world. Who has the 1st generation 10.5 TFT LCD production line. BOE"s LCD products are widely used in areas like TV, monitor, mobile phone, laptop computer etc.

TianMa Microelectronics is a professional LCD and LCM manufacturer. The company owns generation 4.5 TFT LCD production lines, mainly focuses on making medium to small size LCD product. TianMa works on consult, design and manufacturing of LCD display. Its LCDs are used in medical, instrument, telecommunication and auto industries.

TCL CSOT (TCL China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd), established in November, 2009. TCL has six LCD panel production lines commissioned, providing panels and modules for TV and mobile products. The products range from large, small & medium display panel and touch modules.

Everdisplay Optronics (Shanghai) Co.,Ltd.(EDO) is a company dedicated to production of small-to-medium AMOLED display and research of next generation technology. The company currently has generation 4.5 OLED line.

Established in 1996, Topway is a high-tech enterprise specializing in the design and manufacturing of industrial LCD module. Topway"s TFT LCD displays are known worldwide for their flexible use, reliable quality and reliable support. More than 20 years expertise coupled with longevity of LCD modules make Topway a trustworthy partner for decades. CMRC (market research institution belonged to Statistics China before) named Topway one of the top 10 LCD manufactures in China.

Founded in 2006, K&D Technology makes TFT-LCM, touch screen, finger print recognition and backlight. Its products are used in smart phone, tablet computer, laptop computer and so on.

The Company engages in the R&D, manufacturing, and sale of LCD panels. It offers LCD panels for notebook computers, desktop computer monitors, LCD TV sets, vehicle-mounted IPC, consumer electronics products, mobile devices, tablet PCs, desktop PCs, and industrial displays.

Founded in 2008,Yunnan OLiGHTEK Opto-Electronic Technology Co.,Ltd. dedicated themselves to developing high definition AMOLED (Active Matrix-Organic Light Emitting Diode) technology and micro-displays.

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Our company specializes in developing solutions that arerenowned across the globe and meet expectations of the most demanding customers. Orient Display can boast incredibly fast order processing - usually it takes us only 4-5 weeks to produce LCD panels and we do our best to deliver your custom display modules, touch screens or TFT and IPS LCD displays within 5-8 weeks. Thanks to being in the business for such a noteworthy period of time, experts working at our display store have gained valuable experience in the automotive, appliances, industrial, marine, medical and consumer electronics industries. We’ve been able to create top-notch, specialized factories that allow us to manufacture quality custom display solutions at attractive prices. Our products comply with standards such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001, QC 080000, ISO/TS 16949 and PPM Process Control. All of this makes us the finest display manufacturer in the market.

Without a shadow of a doubt, Orient Display stands out from other custom display manufacturers. Why? Because we employ 3600 specialists, includingmore than 720 engineers that constantly research available solutions in order to refine strategies that allow us to keep up with the latest technologiesand manufacture the finest displays showing our innovative and creative approach. We continuously strive to improve our skills and stay up to date with the changing world of displays so that we can provide our customers with supreme, cutting-edge solutions that make their lives easier and more enjoyable.

Customer service is another element we are particularly proud of. To facilitate the pre-production and product development process, thousands of standard solutions are stored in our warehouses. This ensures efficient order realization which is a recipe to win the hearts of customers who chose Orient Display. We always go to great lengths to respond to any inquiries and questions in less than 24 hours which proves that we treat buyers with due respect.

Choosing services offered by Orient Display equals a fair, side-by-side cooperation between the customer and our specialists. In each and every project, we strive to develop the most appropriate concepts and prototypes that allow us to seamlessly deliver satisfactory end-products. Forget about irritating employee turnover - with us, you will always work with a prepared expert informed about your needs.

In a nutshell, Orient Display means 18% of global market share for automotive touch screen displays, emphasis on innovation, flexibility and customer satisfaction.Don"t wait and see for yourself that the game is worth the candle!