Jaguar 2017 F-Pace Activity Key Feature

Jan 25, 2017 08:23 PM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

One of the latest technologies that one can find on a Jaguar 2017 vehicle is the activity key. This activity enables the car users to just leave their keys inside the car without worrying about not getting inside the car.

The car's new technology feature is a wearable wristband that is robust and fully waterproof security wrist strap which is more like a Fitbit band or a watch band. Aside from adding this band feature to make a great car, it somehow contributes to the user's fashion.

This Jaguar's activity key works as the car user locks and unlocks the vehicle by only touching the symbol "J" that stands for Jaguar that is located on the rear hatch or simply the trunk. On the other hand, the security tokens otherwise known as the key fobs that is in the car is totally disabled, so this means that if there is someone that plans to break in the user's car even with the key, the vehicle will still not start as long as there is no activity key or the wearable band.

One of Jaguar's 2017 vehicles that have received some positive reviews is the F-PACE. It is also equipped with the activity key. It also allows one to enjoy a range of activities just like swimming, surfing, and any other recreation where the smart key would be noticeable to keep secure.

Aside from this activity key, this new F-Pace is a true luxury to the class of SUV's that has a room good for five passengers as well as the luggage. It is available in separate five levels. This F-Pace was, in fact, a crossover that is available on its base engine of 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder (diesel) and a supercharged 3.0 liter V-6 that goes for a 340 horsepower and 332 lb.-ft. of torque. Meanwhile, its power is scattered to all four wheels by its 8-speed automatic gearbox. It just simply shifts smoothly picks optimal gears wisely.

 

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