Another addition to the E-Pace range is adaptive suspension.
But the British luxury manufacturer isn't sitting on its laurels with the E-Pace as it's already enhancing the popular luxury crossover by broadening its range of engines and adding adaptive suspension and AI tech to the menu.
New updates for Tata Motors-owned Jaguar's E-Pace compact SUV launched past year include "self-learning" Smart Settings technology, Adaptive Dynamics suspension and a new 200PS Ingenium petrol engine option.
Thinking about picking up a new Jaguar E-Pace? It'll return 34.4mpg and emit 186g/km CO2.
The system is created to learn the driver's habits and anticipate their needs to make life easier.
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The auto recognises the approaching driver, based on both key fob and smartphone Bluetooth signals, and will adjust the seat, climate and infotainment system based on the driver's usual preference. So the new cost of admission makes the base E-Pace the cheapest model Jaguar offers, undercutting the £31,505 base price on the XE.
The other upgrade applied to the E-Pace is what Jaguar calls Adaptive Dynamics.
Over time, this will retain a driver's preferred requirements using algorithms based on time, location, weather and behaviour patterns.
Smart Settings is offered as part of Jaguar's Connect Pro Pack, which also includes a Wi-Fi hotspot and satellite navigation. The vehicle will then adjust the seat, climate and infotainment settings based on that driver's usual preference. The intelligent set-up delivers faster responses and a dedicated off-road tune. It monitors body movement every two milliseconds and tweaks the dampers accordingly, in an attempt to deliver a relaxed ride on rough roads, and a sporty one when the driver demands. Normal mode focuses on comfort while Dynamic is calibrated to provide increased body control and road holding.
The new engine features the same collection of advanced technologies found across the rest of the Ingenium engine family. In a gasoline engine, under normal driving conditions, the trapped soot will be oxidised into Carbon dioxide and the filter regenerated whenever the driver lifts off the accelerator.
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