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New engine options for Jaguar. Image by Jaguar.

New engine options for Jaguar
Additional four-cylinder petrol and diesel options are part of Jaguar’s 2018 updates for F-Pace, XE and XF
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What's all this about?

Jaguar has announced new engine options for the F-Pace, XF and XE models as part of the 2018 model year update. The revised cars also get new convenience and safety features. All the 2018 models can be ordered now.

How about these new engines?

Two all-new four-cylinder Ingenium petrol engines and a high-output 240PS diesel are now available. In addition the F-Pace gets a new E-Performance diesel derivative, which promises CO2 emissions as low as 126g/km.
The XE and XF get a 200PS petrol engine and all three models can be ordered with the 250PS motor. To identify the new powerplants the cars carry 20t and 25t badges, indicating engine output. There is the new option of a 240PS, 500Nm twin-turbo diesel; the first four-cylinder, twin-turbo diesel from Jaguar Land Rover. Models using this motor are identified by a '25d' badge.
The F-Pace gets a 163PS diesel option with manual transmission and rear-wheel drive. Depending on tyre choice the CO2 emissions can be as low as 126g/km with fuel economy up to 59.2mpg. Models with this engine carry the E-Performance badge, reserved for the company's most efficient models.

What else is new?

Jaguar's XE and XF get Configurable Dynamics for the 2018 model year. Drivers can select Normal or Dynamic modes for the engine, gearbox and steering.
Other enhancements for all three models include Dual View technology, allowing driver and passenger to see different displays on the 10-inch touchscreen. When 'Touch Pro' is specified the driver can follow navigation instructions while the passenger watches television or USB outputs.
Customers can also benefit from the 'world's first' in-car cashless payment system to pay for fuel at Shell service stations. After installing the Shell App the driver can select how much fuel they need from the in-car touchscreen and pay with PayPal or Apple Pay; Android Pay will be added later this year. Payment confirmation is shown on the touchscreen and an electronic receipt is sent to the driver's email address.



15 Feb 2017


Jaguar Ingenium engines. Image by Jaguar.Jaguar Ingenium engines. Image by Jaguar.Jaguar Ingenium engines. Image by Jaguar.  








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