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Electronic gremlins have been a consistent problem for Land Rover and its corporate sibling Jaguar . The new-and-improved infotainment system in the Range Rover Sport Supercharged is the latest and greatest that the automaker offers, but we've noticed problems with the system in other Land Rover products. When Land Rover showed its new InControl Touch Pro Duo infotainment system in the 2018 Range Rover Velar, we knew it was only a matter of time before it made its way to the rest of the lineup. This new dual-screen setup looks great, impresses with its crisp graphics, and comes standard with a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. The lower screen handles vehicle functions such as climate control and driving-mode settings while the upper one provides access to music, navigation, and communication. The Range Rover Sport Supercharged and the SVR both get this new setup for 2018 and, as much as we like the way it looks, it has proved problematic both from a stability and usability standpoint in our long-term Range Rover Velar . Also new for 2018 is what the company calls an Activity Key; this wristwatch-like device is waterproof and allows you to lock and unlock the vehicle without your having to carry the proximity key along on your outdoor adventures. We measure the electrical current that each USB port provides. All USB ports found in a vehicle provide 5.0 volts, per the USB standard.
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