Jaguar Land Rover India has
launched the 2017 Model Year Jaguar XE
in India with the introduction of a 3rd derivative called Prestige. This
new derivative joins the Pure and Portfolio that were launched in February 2016.
The new Prestige derivative is powered by a 2.0L petrol engine that delivers 197
bhp approx. and is priced at Rs 43.69 lakh (ex-mumbai, pre-octroi).
The Jaguar XE is now available in India in three derivatives as
Jaguar XE 2.0L Petrol (147 KW)
PURE at Rs 39.9 Lacs
Jaguar XE 2.0L Petrol (147kW) PRESTIGE at Rs 43.69 Lacs
Jaguar XE 2.0L Petrol (177kW) PORTFOLIO at Rs 47.99 Lacs
All prices are ex-showroom in
Mumbai, at pre-octroi level.
The first of a new generation
of cars to be launched on Jaguar’s all new Aluminum Intensive Architecture, the
lightweight aluminum construction of the Jaguar XE creates a strong body. The
deliberately cropped rear has a short overhang to underscore the car’s
performance credentials and enhance airflow. It is all crowned by the high
intensity LED tail lamps that are inspired by F-TYPE.
The all-new Jaguar XE comes
with Advanced Driving technologies like Electric Powered Assisted Steering
(EPAS) that offers outstanding feedback & control and All Surface Progress
Control (ASPC) which is a low speed cruise control that helps cope with low
traction situations. XE’s Torque Vectoring by Braking maximizes control through
the tightest corners.
Beside these unique driving
technologies, the all-new Jaguar XE is also packed with premium features such
as InControl Touch which gives control over the car’s major functions including
audio, climate control and navigation system. Also, the 380 W Meridian Sound
System enhances the interior music experience to match the precise acoustics of
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