If you hate being unable to see the in-dash GPS display in your car properly due to its extreme angle, the 2010 Range Rover has a solution that will suit you.
The 2010 Range Rover is equipped with a cutting edge, one-of-a-kind dual view touchscreen that would not only satisfy the driver, but also the front seat passenger. This means that the driver and passenger are able to view two different images based on their angles, enabling the passenger to watch a movie while the driver uses GPS.
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