Check out the parts that I circled.
In the center of the dash there are Jag XF style climate controls and what looks like a slot for CDs but no head unit. Makes me think integrated audio controls on nav screen. Not something I like but I know most people do like it.
The gauge cluster also looks like the new XF with an improved center info screen.
Also notice that the tach. The Sport is idling but there is no key in the ignition.
HOLY **** your right!! i was taking a closer looks and it doesn't even seem as if snow covered the vents up, it looks more like they removed those vents temporarily! haha, maybe LR is watching the forum lool. they should do something with the front grill and give me a LRX if they are hahaumbertob said:It's funny how the side vents seem to have "disappeared" on those spy photos... It's the same car - same licese plate - but the snow must be playing tricks with my eyes because I can't see that vent!
I hope they don't move the nav screen down, that's ergonomically the wrong way to go. Today you really don't have to look down very far to see Nav, and that's a safer way IMHO.MI6 said:Actually, lets look at this interior shot in more detail- shall we?
First off, those are not XF HVAC controls but XK..........
Which begs the question- will they move the Sat/Nav screen down below as on the XK and if so what will they do with the current screen up above?
If not then what will go in that large opening above the HVAC?
Also, the Instrument cluster is also from the XK- not the XF......
Lastly, if you notice the Headlight switches are lifted from the Full size Rangie which seems to indicate that again the interior will move upscale......
Oh, and one more thing I wonder what the new keyless starter button will look like?
I completely agree and would like to add the following opinion;umbertob said:My opinion: It may not have the wow factor of an all-touchscreen solution or a Teutonic joystick thingy, but I kinda like the fact that the radio + phone controls and display, as dated as they look in our car, are separate and independent from the satnav controls. The climate controls, too. True, there are more buttons and the center dash doesn't look as elegant. On the other hand, changing radio station, dialing a phone number, or setting the cabin temperature is a snap. All radio and climate controls on the Sport are within easy reach while driving, the touchscreen is a bit of a stretch, without any tactile feedback and hard to read if the sun hits it the wrong way. I am not a big fan of monitor integrated-everything designs, so I hope they don't overdo it. Maybe use some redundant controls.