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2020-02-17 23:47:17


The “ClearSight Rear View Mirror,” as JLR calls it, changes at the flip of a switch between an actual rear view mirror to an HD display that shows off an unobstructed 50-degree view of what’s behind the car. The new Evoque is also JLR’s first mild hybrid car, meaning there’s a small 48-volt battery connected to the powertrain that gives a 50-horsepower boost to the four-cylinder engine, and only gets recharged by the motion of driving. (The company has offered a number of plug-in hybrids.) The battery captures energy as the car brakes, and then redeploys it as the car accelerates, which helps make driving more efficient in stop-and-start situations.