2021 Range Rover Infotainment

 The dashboard of the Range Rover features two 10-inch touch screens. The upper display controls the audio and navigation systems, as well as the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto apps, while the lower display and two dials control the air conditioning, seating, and drive mode settings.

2021 Range Rover

2021 Range Rover Infotainment

The Range Rover's infotainment system, dubbed InControl Touch Pro Duo, debuted on the smaller Range Rover Velar crossover and quickly spread throughout the rest of the lineup. When the Range Rover is started, its glossy main screen tilts out from the dashboard and looks great, but we've noticed a few hiccups and buggy behaviour in our long-term Velar test vehicle. The secondary screen, which is located lower on the dashboard, gives you access to vehicle settings, climate controls, and driving modes. Some of our editors have complained that the features are overcomplicated, and the small buttons are difficult to use while driving. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are both standard across the board.

2021 Range Rover Bluetooth, and Navigation

Standard infotainment features: two 10-inch touch screens, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a navigation system, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, HD Radio, satellite radio, 13 speakers, Bluetooth, USB ports, and a Wi-Fi hot spot

Available infotainment features: a 19- or 29-speaker sound system and a rear-seat entertainment system with two 10-inch displays

Additional standard features: keyless entry, push-button start, tri-zone automatic climate control, a panoramic moonroof, and a hands-free power liftgate

Other available features: an activity key wristband, power soft-close doors, quad-zone automatic climate control, a refrigerated front center console, and a rear center console with foldable tray tables