The 2020 Range Rover Evoque has an optional hybrid rear view mirror

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has just announced the newest version of the Range Rover Evoque, the company’s stout little SUV first unveiled in 2010. For the most part, the new 2020 Evoque features the kinds of upgrades you’d expect from a yearly refresh. But one new optional feature sticks out: the rear view mirror, which doubles as a screen for a backup camera.

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:

Car companies have increasingly toyed with the idea of augmenting (or in some cases, replacing) mirrors with cameras and screens. In this case, JLR has taken what…

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