I wanted to get a full overview of usage and service stats of my Jaguar but they weren't easy to find or access when away from the car itself.
I decided to connect to the Jaguar InControl API to pull the data I wanted into a handy SquaredUp dashboard that lets me see the most important information. Now I can see an overview of my trips, fuel consumption, kilometers traveled, and check all my doors are locked.
Overview of each trip
The top left tile shows the cities in which I started and ended each journey, along with the start time, distance covered, eco score, average speed and average consumption. This gives me a nice breakdown of usage stats per trip.
On the top right, I created a few scalars around:
- Average fuel consumption over the last 100 trips
- Total distance over the last 100 trips
- Average eco score over the last 100 trips
The ability to aggregate this data lets me consider each trip’s consumption in the wider context of my overall usage, as well as track my overall usage.
This line graph shows the last 100 trips and lets me see which trips had the best fuel consumption rates.
These four health blocks show whether my doors are locked.
This tile displays the number of kilometres to go until the next round of maintenance is required.
Create your free dashboard
This Jaguar InControl dashboard is not available out of the box, but you can easily build something similar yourself using the WebAPI plugin.
Simply create a free account to get started, or check out this video to see how easy it is to use our Dashboard Designer:
To see what other dashboards you can create, check out our Dashboard Gallery.