Owners of classic Jaguar and Land Rover models will now be able to enjoy the convenience of modern infotainment systems, without spoiling the look of their heritage model. Jaguar Land Rover Classic has launched five head units, two of which are branded Jaguar and two Land Rover. The Jaguar system is primarily designed to fit the XJ40, XJS and XJ Series 3 Saloon, but it should also be possible to fit them in other vehicles. Itís the same story for the Land Rover unit, thatís been designed to fit the Defender 90, Defender 110, Defender 130, Range Rover Classic (1993 to 1996), Discovery 1 (1994 to 1998) and Freelander 1 (1997 to 2004). Thereís also a non-branded version suitable for any make of classic and vintage cars. Features include a 3.5-inch touchscreen with European navigation mapping, Bluetooth, DAB, FM and AM radio and a 4×45-watt output. Theyíre also compatible with negative earth vehicles and have been designed so that they match the rest of the cabin.