J aguar and Land Rover sell a navigation system through their dealers Radio, which is available from authorized dealers for 1,428 euros. The device fits into a 1-DIN slot, i.e. a standard radio slot in older vehicles. Previously, during the lifetime of a Range Rover Classic, for example, there was enough space for an FM radio including a cassette slot.
Oldie radio with DAB, Bluetooth and navigation
The new device also receives Radio via ultra-short wave (VHF), but also via the digital standard DAB +. The oldie radio loads music from the MP3 player via Bluetooth, loads contacts from the address book, saves them and calls them up again for phone calls. The colored 3.5-inch screen is operated with a fingertip, buttons and rotary controls are attached to the side. An external and an internal microphone for the hands-free system are included in the scope of delivery. The navigation system knows the streets in 27 European countries and can announce branches in 32 languages. With five designs, the radio adapts to various interiors.