Integrating smartphones with in-car vehicle technology is nothing new. Bluetooth connection for making calls, and playing music and plugging in via USB has been around for years. Full integration of smartphones into a car's systems hasn't really been seen yet beyond the concept stage. One of the main issues is the much slower model cycle of a car. A flashy integrated phone at a vehicle's launch quickly becomes out of date as the phones themselves are replaced year-on-year. Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), BlackBerry, Denso and RealVNC have been working on a new integrated infotainment system. The new...
On The Auction Block: Dominick Dunne's 1995 Jaguar Convertible
Dominick Dunne was many things to many people: novelist, journalist, movie producer, husband, and father, to name a few. (His son, Griffin, may be the most underrated actor of the 1980s. Or the most overrated. Jury's out.) In addition to all that, Dunne was also something of a car fan. Nothing as...Richard Read
Jaguar Unveils XJL Supercharged Neiman Marcus Edition
The limited-edition 2010 Jaguar XJL Supercharged Neiman Marcus Edition will see only 50 units made.Nelson Ireson