Jaguar is rolling out its ‘all-new’ XFL model and says it features the latest in autonomous technology
The new Jaguar XFL is to feature a range of autonomous technologies that the automaker says bring “unparalleled luxury and technology to the business segment”.
The XFL will feature a host of advanced and autonomous technologies including adaptive full-LED headlights, a laser head-up display, all surface progress control, autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control with queue-assist, lane keep-assist, reverse traffic detection and park-assist.
Moreover, the XFL is equipped with a rear seat entertainment system, Wi-Fi hotspot for up to eight devices and a range of connected services.
Jaguar says it’s enough to “transform the all-new XFL into a mobile office”.
The executive car also has an InControl Touch Pro infotainment system featuring a tablet-style 10.2-inch touchscreen, which is matched to a reconfigurable 12.3-inch virtual instrument cluster with full-screen 3D map view.
The XFL is the first Jaguar produced at Chery Jaguar Land Rover’s manufacturing plant in Changshu and the first vehicle to be manufactured in China’s first purpose-built aluminium body shop.
The body shop is almost 50,000 sq m and contains a flexible production line including more than 300 robots.
The car is said to have “responsive, refined powertrains”: 200PS and 240PS 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol and 340PS 3.0 V6 supercharged petrol; all with rear-wheel drive and eight-speed ZF automatic transmissions.
Sales of the Jaguar XFL will commence in China in the second half of 2016.