Jaguar will be launching the updated XE premium sedan in India today. Since this update is a mid-life tweak, the XE facelift will feature cosmetic updates that are in line with the model unveiled in the international markets last year. There are no mechanical changes as the XE facelift will continue to be offered with the same line-up of petrol and diesel engines that are BS-VI compliant. The prices, however, could see a minor bump that is expected to be around Rs 2-3 lakh more than the present offering. Get all the updates from our LIVE launch here
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Prices of the Jaguar XE start from Rs 44.98 lakh, ex-showroom.
The Jaguar XE is available with 2-litre petrol and Diesel engines. Here’s a quick look at the specs.
Updated instrumentation with navigation and modern connectivity options now on offer in the Jaguar XE.
Updates in the cabin of the Jaguar XE include digital instrument cluster, larger infotainment and also a new gear selector.
The new Jaguar XE is inspired by the F-Type. This can be seen with the sharper headlight design and updated bumpers.
Jaguar i-Pace and the Landrover Defender will be launched in India soon.
“2019 has been a landmark in India for Jaguar. Completes 10 years of operation. JLR India commands 16 percent market share in its segment” - Rohit Suri, president and MD, JLR India.
The company will soon take the wraps off the 2020 Jaguar XE.
Both the engines are BS VI compliant much before the April 2020 deadline.
Powertrain options remain the same with the Ingenium family of 2-litre petrol and diesel engines.
It gets digital instrument cluster and a larger central infotainment screen.
Cabin design remains unchanged but there is an update in the instrument cluster and also the central infotainment system.
Updated design on the XE facelift has made the sedan appear sharper and more aggressive than before.
The Jaguar XE facelift gets design tweaks inspired by the F-Type and the I-Pace.
Jaguar will be launching the updated XE sedan in India.