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  1. Owners of electrified Jaguar and Land Rover models will be able to charge their vehicles at home with unrivalled style thanks to a new agreement with fellow British company Andersen EV Owners of electrified Jaguar and Land Rover models will be able to charge their vehicles at home with unrivalled style thanks to a new agreement with fellow British company Andersen EV. London-based Andersen EV is a manufacturer and supplier of customisable, high-end vehicle charge points for the most discerning of customers, and a perfect partner for Jaguar Land Rover as its future electrification plans, announced as a part of the Reimagine strategy revealed last year, gather momentum. Andersen EV’s A2 home charger, which comes with 7 or 22kW power options, will be available to all customers and is compatible with the full range of electrified Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles. Where it differs from many chargers, though, is with Andersen EV’s unmatched focus on aesthetics. The A2 features a unique hidden compartment that ensures the charging cable and plug cannot be seen when not in use, and the look can be tailored to specific tastes, with a huge choice of 96 diverse colour and finish combinations available, including precision-engineered metal or sustainably sourced Accoya® wood. Each charging point is made to order in Andersen EV’s UK factory using materials of the highest quality. The partnership will see the home chargers installed at Jaguar Land Rover showrooms, where customers will be able to try them out and place an order at the same time as reserving their vehicle. Andersen EV will then provide a dedicated, tailored service, with an on-site survey followed by having the wall box installed by a qualified and professional Andersen EV electrician. Once operational, the A2 will allow owners to keep track of energy use and costs from their Apple or Android smartphone via Andersen EV’s Konnect+ app. The charging point can also be kept secure thanks to a smart remote software locking feature. Jaguar Land Rover’s Reimagine strategy was revealed in February 2021, with a focus on modern luxury, unique customer experiences and positive societal impact. As part of this, Jaguar will be reimagined as an all-electric luxury brand by 2025, while all Land Rover nameplates will be available in pure electric form by the end of the decade. The transformation to full electrification at Jaguar is already under way, with the all-electric Jaguar I-PACE SUV accompanied by the Jaguar E-PACE and the Jaguar F-PACE plug-in electric hybrids. Land Rover is embracing the strategy too, with a battery-electric Range Rover set to premiere in 2024. The New Range Rover is already available with an extended range plug-in electric hybrid, producing CO2 emissions as low as 18g/km and providing up to 70 miles of EV range. The recently revealed, dynamic New Range Rover Sport will also offer pure electric propulsion from 2024, with two extended-range plug-in electric hybrid vehicles available from launch. Plug-in electric hybrid versions of the Range Rover Velar, Range Rover Evoque, Land Rover Discovery Sport and Land Rover Defender are also already available. "Our new strategy set out how Jaguar Land Rover would reimagine the future of modern luxury by design, and our new partnership with Andersen EV reflects that. We are on a mission to create the world’s most desirable luxury vehicles and services for the most discerning of customers, and so it is absolutely fitting that we are able to offer intelligent, stylish equipment that sets a new standard for home charging devices and installations that perfectly complements the dramatic beauty of our vehicles." RAWDON GLOVER - JAGUAR LAND ROVER UK MD "We are delighted to partner with two world-renowned brands Jaguar and Land Rover and be part of their respective electrified futures – collectively we share a passion for pioneering, intelligent technology and service excellence. I’m sure Jaguar and Land Rover drivers love their homes as much as their vehicles, and now they have the chance to have installed a great-looking charger that fits with the design of their home, built with genuine craftsmanship, that is unlike anything else on the market." ROB MOUSER - ANDERSEN EV EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN
  2. Hi...welcome to the Club ....and the wonderful world of Jaguar! David Manners or other Jaguar specialists should be able to help with new lenses otherwise eBay for secondhand ones
  3. Hi Phil....welcome to the Club ....and the wonderful world of Jaguar!
  4. I have been in this situation before and I have managed to buy secondhand ones but tried one on first to see fitment and then bought as suitable fit
  5. To be fair, last time I looked the price difference between a branded fuel and supermarket fuel was virtually the same and in some places even cheaper!
  6. Hi John If you use premium fuels (e.g. Shell, BP, etc) as opposed to Supermarket fuels then the additives are usually refined into the fuel and much better for the engine (albeit a little more costly) I personally would not use any aftermarket additives after fuelling the car as the majority are usually 'Snake Oil' rather anything beneficial such as Redex (which cannot be used on modern engines unfortunately)
  7. I'll bet it would sound amazing , but probably not on long trips though
  8. You could try a hard reset by disconnecting the battery for at least half an hour and see if that cures it?
  9. Punchy's Lamp Revamp are happy to offer Owners Club Premium members in the Bournemouth & Poole (and surrounding areas), a 10% discount on both our Standard & Platinum Headlight Refurbishment Services Simply get in touch with us via our website: www.punchyslamprevamp.co.uk and remember to quote "HON10". * Note: Discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers. View full discount
  10. Jaguar Classic has completed building the first C-type Continuation. The strictly limited production run is well underway at Jaguar’s Classic Works, Coventry, and the first vehicle has finished shakedown testing ready for delivery to an excited customer Each C-type Continuation undergoes at least 250 miles of physical testing by Jaguar Classic engineers, following a build process that requires 3,000 hours of intensive and highly skilled craft. The first customer Continuation is finished in Pastel Green with Suede Green leather seats and is inspired by the original Jaguar C-type which won the 224-mile long, 50-lap sports car race at the Reims Grand Prix Meeting on 29 June 1952. This vehicle was the first C-type fitted with disc brakes to win in international competition. It was after driver Stirling Moss persuaded Jaguar to implement the pioneering technology it had in development. The victory at Reims was a glimpse to the C-type’s dominance at the following year’s Le Mans 24 Hour, and Jaguar’s continued supremacy in 1950’s sports car racing. . DAVID FOSTER, HEAD OF ENGINEERING, JAGUAR LAND ROVER CLASSIC, SAID: “We’ve combined original drawings, modern CAD techniques and 3,000 hours of skill and attention to produce our first hand-built C-type, noting a historic landmark moment for Jaguar Classic. Our exclusive Continuation C-types feature the technical innovations and specifications of the ultimate 1953 Le Mans-winning car, including the innovative Dunlop disc brake set-up that was victorious in Reims in 1952. Each C-type offers an authentic driving experience for customers starting even from the car’s distinctive starting procedure, that our team was determined to get exactly right.” Handcrafted at Jaguar Classic Works in Coventry, all C-type Continuation models will be built to the specification of the 1953 Works C-types. The first version to be completed has undergone final shakedown testing and the team at Jaguar Classic cannot wait to deliver to an excited customer. . The Jaguar Classic team has helped bring Jaguar’s heritage to life using extensive research, modern technology and engineering expertise. With advanced CAD modelling, each one is then crafted using the same build methods and techniques to ensure the limited-run Continuations honour the delineation of the original C-type. Customers have 12 exterior heritage colours to choose from including the Pastel Green of this car, British Racing Green and Pastel Blue with contrasting roundel, as well as the opportunity to select their own interior specification from a range of eight leather hues. The Continuation models are FIA-approved and eligible to participate in all FIA Historic events, including the Jaguar Classic Challenge, which takes place at a variety of different racetracks including Le Mans and Silverstone. The limited run of C-type Continuations are available now. To configure your C-type using Jaguar Classic’s 3D visualiser visit: https://classicvisualiser.jaguar.com.
  11. YOUR DIGITAL SERVICE RECORD For too long, vehicle owners have been tied to paper books as the only system for recording vehicle service records. Jaguar's Online Service History has changed all of that. As an owner of a new model in the UK you can now check all of your vehicle's service records online at anytime. https://www.jaguar.co.uk/owners/servicing/online-service-history.html
  12. Hi Julie I agree with John, more than likely battery related issues. Either connect the battery to a conditioner when not using for extended periods or maybe even get the battery tested for condition and replace if necessary. Sometimes a longer run will bring the battery back to life (de-sulphated) and the faults can disappear until the next time it discharges.
  13. There may be some members en route and going past Rownhams but if not then we'll see you on the Club Stand (I'm driving up through the New Forest)
  14. Hi Kevin, all you need is to buy tickets and we'll put your name on the list. Also, don't forget to print out the Club Pass to display in the windscreen...see you there!
  15. Thanks for letting us know Kevin. Maybe an idea if he pops on here to find out any further information and we will include him on the list (will put his name in now)
  16. Hi Kevin I just need the final count for our club stand and then Beaulieu will send out the tickets and club pass to you. You will then need to print out the club stand pass to display in your windscreen. Hopefully this will be in the next couple of days Cheers, Trevor (admin)
  17. The Remap Link are offering Premium Members a discount of 10% off remap, diagnostics & more! We have a vast experience in the optimisation of engine management software and based in the heart of West Midlands - Birmingham. Whether you are looking for more power or fuel efficiency from your vehicle, EGR or DPF solutions, speed limiter removal or advance tuning options, we can help. We utilise a wide range of tools from Alientech and Dimsport and continually invest in the latest software and protocols to provide you with the most up-to-date and efficient program for your ECU. We offer a mobile ECU remapping service whereby we come to you at home or work to install your custom written remap for you. View full discount
  18. Hi Kevin....welcome to the Club! I would suggest looking at the door sensor/door latch which is not registering the door as being closed. Check also the wiring inside the rubber gaiter between the door and pillar
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