Land Rover becomes the pioneer by introducing world's first iPad equipped car
Land Rover has given a new definition to luxury by being the pioneer to fit iPads in a vehicle. The land Rover also takes the association between the car association and Apple products to a new level.
As reported by Stuff.co.nz. the limited edition version of the Range Rover luxury 4WD has registered its name in the history of the world automotive industry by being the first car to offer iPads as standard.
The limited edition Range Rover will also possess the portable tablet devices, which have been incorporated into the front seat backs of the car.
The Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition's encased iPads flip up, providing the rear-seat passengers the flexibility to watch films, listen to music or browse internet whenever they want.
Not only this but the iPad incorporated in the car are removable, so if you want you can carry it along to your rooms, is'nt it amazing.
The office-style back seat also adds new console extensions with Apple keyboards, aluminium laptop table and drinks chiller. The iPads that start around NZ800 will come free with the new Range Rover.
The name itself gives the hint about the luxury it offers, adding to the list is the handcrafted leather interior and yatch-inpired wooden cargo flooring. The all new range rover is expected to cost more than NZ320,000 pounds. The Range Rover will be available in turbo diesel V8 engine and 5.0-litre supercharged petrol V8.
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