Jaguar Land Rover brought three key models to CCIA for the first time. The new Land Rover Discovery Sport and Jaguar XE. The XE proved very popular with those wishing to drive cars on the circuit, and the Discovery Sport generated a lot of interest during the event. Jaguar’s XE was available in two states of tune and trim – 160 bhp Manual Diesel and the 177 bhp R-Sport Manual Diesel. The 160 bhp version produces 99g/km of CO2 with the 177 bhp R-Sport making 109/km.
Also at CCIA for the first time on static display was the new Jaguar XF, which is not due to go on sale until later in the year.
Fleet operators were able to sample the Discovery Sport in 2.2D guise, which emits 166g/km CO2. It was available in HSE Luxury and SE TECH trim levels.