The automaker and publisher team up to create a concept car that is half first class airline cabin and half iPad.

Jaguar recently created a bespoke luxury concept of their new flagship XJ sedan with inspiration infused in the interior from the pages of Wallpaper* magazine. The concept is intended to project luxury ques of the future and a vision of what in-car technology will look like. The designers adapted the multi-functional seating attributes from a first class airline cabin chair and applied them to the seats in the XJ as chief Jaguar designer Giles Taylor explains:

Our concept is equally at home moving swiftly between business engagements, or leaving the city behind for a weekend at a country retreat. It's a car that's primarily designed to be enjoyed from the rear seats. When the front passenger seat is not occupied, it can be re-configured along with the seat behind it to create a luxurious full length bed.

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