Jaguar Land Rover Classic offers new infotainment for old vehicles

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Jaguar Land Rover Classic has introduced a new infotainment system, bringing modern convenience to a range of its machinery from the past.

Priced from £1,200, the Classic Infotainment System is designed to bring connectivity features found on its current machines to classic cars.


The system seamlessly integrates in place of a single DIN radio system found on older vehicles, bringing with it satellite navigation, Bluetooth support and DAB+ radio – on top of FM and AM reception, too.

A 3.5-inch touchscreen sits in the centre of the unit, while the system can also be controlled with rotary dials and buttons either side of the screen.

With European maps and support for 32 languages, the Classic Infotainment System is set up as a perfect companion for a classic trip across the continent.

To ensure the system doesn’t look out of place in any retro Jaguar or Land Rover, four classic-themed faceplates are on offer – two for each brand. There’s a choice of black for both, with the former also having the choice of chrome, while the latter can have brushed aluminium.


Customers can fit the system themselves or visit Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works in Warwickshire, where a technician can do the job. Alternatively, select retailers across the UK will also be able to carry out the work.