Jaguar updates part of its range of products with the improvement of their engines. These innovations become models Jaguar XE Jaguar XF and Jaguar F-Pace, both diesel and gasoline. Specifically will be three mechanical upgrades, although not all of them will be available at the aforementioned trio of models. On the other hand, there will also be some improvement in the area of assistants to driving and in the area of Infotainment.
Start off with the engines, which will be two petrol and a diesel, all of 2 liters of displacement and family Ingenium partially made of aluminum. The lowest power 2 litres of gasoline will yield 200 HP and will be offered in the XE and XF models. The more dynamic variant will be able reach the 250 HP, which is available in the Jaguar XF, XE and F-Pace.
On the other hand we have the propellant diesel, which will also be a four-cylinder 2-litre and will be available in three models of the British firm cited above. This will develop a 240 HP with a torque of no less than 500 Nm, a number of remarkable pair for this displacement. It is not the result of chance and is that this diesel engine uses two turbos to overfeeding.
XE and XF models will benefit from several driving modes, called in the brand as a Configurable Dynamics, which will act on the response of the engine, the address and also on the gearbox. Adaptive Dynamics, which in addition will vary the behavior of suspension you will be added to this.
These three models, the Jaguar XF and F-Pace also receive this update the Dual View, which allows driver and passenger to see different things in the central 10-inchDashboard screen. Nor are improvements in security, introducing, for example, a front-facing camera to help maneuver at low speeds, sensors of dead angle with smooth interaction on the direction to avoid a side-impact crash when changing lanes.