Jaguar’s New C-XF Car Purrs Like A Kitten....Or Does It?
A first glance at any of Jaguar’s newest vehicles may provoke a quiet comfort on the outside. However, get inside and crank up the stereo system and that quiet comfort is taken to a whole new and different level, literally.
Recently partnering with Bowers & Wilkins to deliver exciting and innovative in-car entertainment, Jaguar unveiled their new C-XF concept car at the Detroit Motor Show to show off the company’s newest in-car audio entertainment. Some of the features of Jaguar’s in-car audio system include Micro-Matrix speaker panels, ‘Bass Beam’ low-frequency driver components mounted in the doors that help keep the bass in the front of the vehicle, Kevlar cone midrange speakers, diamond-dome tweeters which help to deliver extra high-frequency performance, selective-directivity arrays in the rear passenger compartment which help to deliver total in-car audio to all passengers in the vehicle, front to rear, while avoiding driver distraction and finally, a rear deck panel featuring bass and wide-dispersion drivers designed to create an even sound experience.
“Achieving great sound in the car is viewed as the latest technological challenge for us, and we look forward to realizing next generation sound systems that set new standards for in-car entertainment,” said Martin Lindsay, senior business development manager, Bowers & Wilkins Automotive.