2010 TG Awards: Luxury Car of the Year
Beijing’s Forbidden City also serves as a spacious car park for the new Jaguar XJ…
Posted: 18 Jan 2011
Then there's the way it literally comes to life. The main instruments are digital on a TFT screen, which can be tuned to show the satnav map, music choice, and manual gear selection if you're in that mode (bigger and redder in sport mode). There's dual-view on the main screen, so that the passenger can watch a DVD leaving the driver undisturbed. There's soothing ambient lighting. Even the storage compartments can be specially trimmed inside. Of course, you get used to all this loveliness quite quickly. Until you get into something else then back into the XJ and realise that it really does feel like the future.