Jaguar Car News

The I-Pace made its world debut just a few days before the opening of the Geneva motor show, and we had the first details in last month’s issue. Now we have the full pricing, with the four-model line-up kicking off at £63,495 for the entry-level S edition. SE specification costs £69,495 and HSE is priced at £74,445, with the time limited First Edition wearing a price tag of £81,495. All versions, come fitted with LED headlights, a 360-degree parking system, a 12.3-inch touchscreen with navigation, traffic sign recognition, driver drowsiness detection, cruise control, autonomous emergency braking and partial electric front seats, in addition to 18-inch alloy wheels and man-made leather upholstery on S versions. SE models add 20-inch alloy wheels, adaptive cruise control, blind spot recognition, leather upholstery, electric and memory seats, an electric tailgate and auto-dimming, power fold and memory door mirrors. HSE versions additionally feature matrix LED headlights, a gesture controlled electric tailgate, heated and cooled front seats and heated rear chairs and a 360 degree camera system, while the First Edition – on sale for the first year only – features a fixed panoramic roof, rear privacy glass, heated front windscreen, front fog lights, heated steering wheel, head-up display, adaptive air suspension and an activity key. Available to order now from Jaguar dealers, the first cars arrive later in the year.

Sporty new flagship models have been added to the XF saloon and Sportbrake line-up, wearing the 300 Sport badge. Paired exclusively to the 296bhp 3.0-litre V6 twin-turbocharged diesel engine and rear-wheel-drive, the saloon costs £52,010 and the Sportbrake estate is priced at £54,010. The 300 Sport models stand out thanks to the unique dark satin grey detailing, including door mirrors, rear spoiler and grille surround, as well as 300 Sport badging on the front grille and rear of the car. Satin technical grey finish wheels are exclusive to the special edition car, along with 300 Sport-branded brake calipers, while buyers have a choice of three colours – white, silver or black. Inside, there’s yellow contrast stitching on the steering wheel, seats, door cards and armrest, as well as door sill protectors emblazoned with the 300 Sport logo. Other enhancements include chrome electric seat switches, metal pedals and a frameless auto-dimming rear view mirror. The XF 300 Sport is now available to order from Jaguar dealerships.

A flagship special edition of the XE saloon has been unveiled by Jaguar called the Landmark Edition. It takes the R-Sport model as its basis with a sports front bumper, unique 18-inch alloy wheels, body-coloured side sills, a boot spoiler and a choice of three colours – white, red and black. The side window surrounds, door mirrors, grille surround and side vents are all finished in gloss black, with Landmark badging on the side vents. Inside, there’s Landmark-branded door sill protectors and leather upholstery. Jaguar’s TouchPro system with 10-inch touchscreen is included along with navigation, xenon headlights and front and rear parking sensors. Three models are available, with the 177bhp 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel engine and rear-wheel-drive costing £36,955, an allwheel-drive edition priced at £40,815 and a more powerful 237bhp twin-turbocharged version with four-wheel-drive costing £44,130. The XE Landmark Edition is available to order now from Jaguar dealers.