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Jaguar updates XJ with new technology for 2018

Jaguar has updated its premium XJ saloon for 2018 with a new infotainment system and more driver assistance technology.

There is also a new performance flagship, the XJR575, which joins the range with a 575PS V8 engine.

Fleet customers are more likely to opt for the 3.0-litre V6 diesel – priced from £59,995 - which emits 149g/km of CO2.

The car comes with full LED headlights and a suite of advanced Driver Assistance systems including Adaptive Cruise Control with Queue Assist, Reverse Traffic Detection, Blind Spot Monitoring, 360-degree Surround Camera System and semi-automated bay- and parallel-parking.

To enhance its safety credentials further and the XJ now features Forward Traffic Detection to assist drivers when forward visibility is restricted, for example when pulling out of blind junctions. Lane Keep Assist is prevents unintended lane-changes and Driver Condition Monitor prompts the driver to take a break.

Jaguar’s advanced Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) system operates from 3-37mph, automatically applying the brakes when the risk of a collision is detected.

A new 10-inch Touch Pro infotainment system offers improved functionality thanks to a new processor and high resolution display. It includes satnav, smartphone connectivity and in-car WiFi.

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