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Our Fleet Test Drive: Jaguar XF - 11th report

Date: 12 February 2015   |   Author: Tony Rock

It is the little touches that can make having a car such as the Jaguar XF such a delight. Take,for example, the interior lights for the driver/front passenger.

Try to locate a conventional switch of some description and you won't find one, and if you've only half a brain like me you'll end up looking all around the cabin trying to work out how to operate it - before it dawns on you that the light itself is a touch-sensitive switch.

You can call me easily impressed if you like, but I think small solutions like that are really classy