Ingenium engines have been added to the model ranges, the integrated exhaust manifold and cylinder head casting reducing warm-up times to hit those emissions and efficiency numbers. Two 2.0L four-cylinder petrol engines with 200hp (for XE and XF in RWD only) and 250hp wearing a 20t and 25t badges as well as a 240hp Ingenium diesel engine wearing a 25d badge are available in RWD or AWD guises across all three models. The 240hp diesel engine uses a twin-turbo configuration with torque up to 368lb ft. An e-Performance diesel with 163hp and CO2 emissions as low as 126g/km is available in the Jaguar F-Pace whilst the XE S fitted with the F-Type's 3.0L V6 is up from 340hp to 380hp.
The additions aren't solely under the bonnet, the XE and XF models now available with a gesture boot lid function by waving a foot under the bumper, Configurable Dynamics and Adaptive Dynamics. This allows drivers to personalise Dynamic mode by picking favoured settings for engine, gearbox, steering and adaptive suspension settings when the latter has been optioned much like that in the Jaguar F-Type.
Safety features as part of the surround camera system assisting drivers when 'forward visibility is restricted' whilst the Forward Vehicle Guidance could be useful avoiding those car park dings by providing a visual representation of the vehicle overlaid with wheel projections. Meanwhile a new Shell app will allow drivers in all three models to select the amount of fuel needed and pay via PayPal or Apple Pay directly from the infotainment system so no need for small talk with the cashier. Unless you're really lonely.
The three MY18 models are available now with prices starting at £34,730 for the F-Pace, £32,490 for the XF and £28,295 for the XE.