Control your Range Rover with a Mobile App

Global automobile players are moving towards such technology which will provide the vehicle a sovereignty to drive themselves under certain conditions. Now, Jaguar Land Rover, can be parked itself with the use of a software app. This demonstration was recently showed up by Jaguar auto Expo in Detroit this month. The mobile app is doing the same what a natural car driver actually does. It starts the car and controls the steering and its functionaries doesn’t stops here. It is even taking care of applying brakes and is going to control gear shift too! The other interesting fact about this is that the vehicle will stop working if the keys get more than 10 meters away from the vehicle. Even your Range Rover will be restricted to 4mph in remote pilot mode. The car will use it sensors to look hazards in its surroundings and can take its turn as per the need of hour. Currently it is available for Range Rover Sport, Range Rover Evoque and LR2.

 

 

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