As low as 99 on Manual
As low as 106 on Automatic
From 75.0 (3.8) on Manual
From 68.9 (4.1) on Automatic
Whether you choose our latest hi-tech Ingenium diesel engines or you prefer petrol, each one offers performance, refinement and economy to suit every driving style.
XE’s engines are equipped with Stop/Start technology* and smart regenerative charging – harvesting kinetic energy from braking to charge the battery - for maximum economy, especially during urban driving.
Ingenium is Jaguar Land Rover's new breed of engine designed for effortless performance, refinement and efficiency. With advanced technology and all-aluminium construction Ingenium delivers impressively low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
XE’s new 2.0 litre 4-cylinder Turbocharged Ingenium Petrol engines deliver outstanding usable power and torque. With their lightweight design and widespread use of low-friction roller bearings, they are built for smooth, highly efficient performance.
Ingenium technology underpins two of the diesel engines in the XE range. These low friction, all - aluminium engines have stiff cylinder blocks and twin balancer shafts to ensure inherently low levels of vibration, for smooth day – to – day performance. All engines are equipped with Stop/Start technology* and smart regenerative charging – harvesting kinetic energy from braking to charge the battery – for maximum economy, especially during urban driving.
The 3.0 litre 380PS V6 Supercharged Petrol engine has been adapted for the specific requirements of XE. A Roots-type twin vortex supercharger is mounted in the ‘V' between the two rows of cylinders for compact dimensions. It provides linear delivery of power and maximises responsiveness of the engine’s torque.
Delivering rapid shifting for effortless acceleration, XE's 8-speed Automatic transmission is highly responsive, smooth and efficient. Featuring a contemporary Satin Black rotary selector – the transmission offers even quicker shifts and sportier kick-down in Dynamic Mode, and earlier up-shifts in Eco Mode.
The Ingenium 2.0 litre 4-cylinder 180PS Turbocharged Diesel offers impressive performance and economy. For an engine of this size it offers high levels of torque, but not at the expense of efficiency – a balance achieved thanks to its variable geometry turbocharger. Adapting to the changing flow of exhaust gases, it maximises low speed torque for broad power and responsiveness that is uniform, progressive and avoids lag.
0-100 km/h ; 7.8 seconds (Automatic RWD); 7.9 seconds (Automatic AWD)
Combined Fuel Economy: 4.2 l/100km (67.3 mpg) (Automatic RWD); 4.7 l/100km (60.6 mpg) (Automatic AWD)
CO2 Emissions: 109-111g/km (Automatic RWD); 123g/km (Automatic AWD)
The Ingenium 2.0 litre 4-cylinder 200PS Turbocharged Petrol engine offers the drivability of larger engines, but with much lower fuel consumption. Direct fuel injection from centrally mounted solenoid injectors ensures precise delivery of fuel for highly efficient and clean combustion. Intelligent Continuously Variable Valve Lift control manages early or late opening of inlet valves, meaning the engine can adapt its performance to all driving situations. This works with dual independent variable cam timing to optimise power at all speeds.
0-100 km/h: 7.1 seconds (Automatic)
Fuel Economy (Combined): 6.3 l/100km (Automatic)
CO2 Emissions: 144 g/km (Automatic)
The Ingeniun 2.0 litre 4-cylinder 250PS Turbocharged Petrol engine delivers outstanding usable power and torque. For excellent acceleration and effortless overtaking, maximum torque is available between 1,300-4,500 rpm. This engine’s twin scroll turbocharger is fed by an integrated exhaust manifold that synchronises exhaust pulses from two separate pairs of cylinders – significantly reducing turbo lag and improving engine response.
0-100 km/h: 6.3 seconds (Automatic RWD); 6.2 seconds (Automatic AWD)
Fuel Economy (Combined): 6.3 l/100km (Automatic RWD); 6.8 l/100km (Automatic AWD)
CO2Emissions: 144 g/km (Automatic RWD); 154 g/km (Automatic AWD)
This uprated 3.0 litre V6 Supercharged 380PS engine exploits the spray guided direct injection system to extract more energy from the fuel. By carefully managing the air-fuel mixture in the combustion chamber, the engine can achieve its high specific power outputs and potent performance. Mounted in the ‘V’ of the engine, the compact, twin vortex supercharger uses sophisticated, electronically supervised boost control for efficiency and lag-free bursts of power.
0-100 km/h: 5.0 seconds (Automatic)
Fuel Economy (Combined): 8.1 l/100km (Automatic)
CO2 Emissions: : 194 g/km (Automatic)
* Accessories/features/colours/specification shown may not be available on vehicles sold in New Zealand.