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The Curve SUMMER 2018

The Curve SUMMER 2018 PHOTOGRAPHY: GETTY IMAGES/ALFRED PASIEKA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY, DOT ONE The Curve is our carefully curated selection of the latest highlights from around the globe, including exciting new products, visionary innovations, breathtaking destinations and awe-inspiring achievements. In this issue, we take a closer look at how progressive innovation is reshaping the world around us, including a glimpse at Jaguar’s latest vision for the future of driving, which features both bold use of artificial intelligence and a smart concept vehicle built to embrace the opportunities of on-demand ownership 8 THE JAGUAR

SAYER OWES ITS NAME TO ONE OF THE MOST PROMINENT DESIGNERS FROM JAGUAR’S PAST, “MALCOLM SAYER CONNECTIVITY THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORT The Internet of Things has invaded our homes – and soon it could be part of your driving experience, too. Sayer is Jaguar’s vision for the world’s first voiceactivated, artificial intelligence steering wheel, able to carry out hundreds of tasks, connecting the home and the car. Named after Malcolm Sayer, the designer behind the iconic E-Type and XJS cars, the brushed metal steering wheel would live in your home and could be pre-programmed to plan out an entire autonomous journey. Simply tell Sayer where you need to be and by when, and it will arrange everything from setting your wake-up alarm to arranging when the car autonomously arrives at your front door. A sneak peek into the future of transport that Jaguar is determined to be at the forefront of, Sayer is part of FUTURE-TYPE (left) – our autonomous, connected, electric, on-demand vehicle concept, designed to meet the mobility needs of future generations in which shared ownership looks increasingly likely. For more, search Jaguar FUTURE-TYPE STYLE A SCARF LIKE NO OTHER It’s the unique set of biomarkers that differentiates us from everyone else (and every other species): DNA is the body’s building blocks, its genetic code that controls everything from hair colour to your propensity to suffer from disease. And while you can’t literally wear your heart on your sleeves, you can now wear your DNA around your neck. DOT ONE – named after the 0.1% of our DNA that separates us from everyone else – uses the unique genetic coding of your body to create a unique piece of clothing. Simply take a DNA test kit, swab your cheek and send it back, then within a month you’ll receive a scarf made from a mix of Italian wool and high-quality acrylic that identifies you alone. THE JAGUAR 9

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Jaguar Magazine celebrates creativity in all its forms, with exclusive features that inspire sensory excitement, from beautiful design to cutting-edge technology.

In this issue, we explore the art of creativity from the Brazilian masters who devised the graceful art of Capoeira, to the Irish artists mixing new culture with old. You will also discover the creative line that links Victorian wallpaper to the iPhone. While the multi-talented actor and performer, Riz Ahmed, explains why it is the right time to reveal his true self to the world.


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