Jaguar Land Rover is showing off the 2020 Jaguar XE as well as the limited edition 2020 Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic at the NYIAS. Designed and developed by Land Rover’s Special Operations unit, the new Velar Ranger Rover SVAutobiography extends the model’s performance and luxury.
The SVAutobiography Dynamic, with 550 horsepower, is the most powerful Velar that JLR has ever produced and is making its North American debut as is the new Jaguar XE.
The newest version of the XE expands on the proportions of original design, taking the car’s sporting intent to a new level with more contemporary styling cues drawn from the Jaguar F-Type. The new XE appears wider and lower with larger front apertures and a more muscular design that hints at the car’s impressive performance and advanced aerodynamics.
On the inside the 2020 Jaguar XE features an all-new inner door design that improves usability. The new interior also features extensive use of soft-touch material as well as more convenience and comfort as well as additional storage. The premium feel of the interior is advanced by the introduction of the optional dual touch screen similar to the one found in the all-electric Jaguar I-Pace.
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Jaguar executives also said the power train options have been simplified and the suspension and handling also have been overhauled and improved. The also said the 2020 XE will be priced at $39,900 when it arrives in showrooms this coming summer.
The New York Show serves as a showcase in the company’s commitment to electrification as all the of the company’s powertrain options will be on display, JLR executives said.
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At the same time, JLR plans to show the 2020 Range Rover Evoque as well as the all-electric Jaguar I-Pace, a mild hybrid Range Rover Sport and a plug-in hybrid Range Rover, which underscore the company’s commitment to electrification.
“When the original Range Rover Evoque debuted, it proved that a smaller vehicle could be both luxurious and capable, and we’re excited to be launching the next-generation of this vehicle,” said Kim McCullough, vice president, Marketing, Jaguar Land Rover North America.
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“With an all-new design language, ground-breaking technologies and an electrified powertrain option, the new Range Rover Evoque will raise the bar even higher in the luxury compact SUV segment.”