Rumours have been circulating about Apple teaming up with VolksWagen, but it looks as if the design directors at Jaguar want in on the action too.
"We have been working with Apple on control interfaces," a Jag rep confirmed.
Together, they came up with the JaguarDrive Selector, a new system that would replace the gearstick with a circular, metallic wheel that rises when the car is turned on. In order to switch between P, R, N and D, the device is twisted, an action which has been called, "pleasant and seamless."
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