Prior to deliveries of the BMW 3-Series rivalling Jaguar XE commencing later this year, the British marque has confirmed that the XE will be its most configurable model ever offered.
With that in mind, a number of different engines for the Jaguar XE will be offered in seven different individual configurations. Each of those XE variations will feature a suspension system offering three different settings. Elsewhere, the XE can be ordered in any one of 18 different exterior colours with 12 different wheel designs also available.
Other exterior elements which can be installed or customised include new roof bars and a bike rack as well as the Sports Roof Box which supports 430-litres of luggage and as the name suggests, fits snugly on the roof.
Mechanically speaking, the Jaguar XE can be purchased with a Snow Sock Traction System for example which helps the sedan in the trickiest and coldest conditions. Elsewhere, the XE can even be ordered with a rechargeable torch made from machined aluminium while a plethora of different materials and accents can be installed in the car’s cabin. If you can spare a few minutes, the following video will show you just some of the available elements on the XE including the carbon fibre wing mirror caps.
As a reminder, the top of the range Jaguar XE S features a 3.0-litre supercharged V6 engine delivering 340 hp. This engine is the same as the one powering the Jaguar F-Type V6. A torque figure of 450 Nm allows a 0-96 km/h (60 mph) time of 4.9 seconds and an electronically limited top speed of 250 km/h. Both figures make the XE S an impressive proposition! Mated to the engine is Jaguar Land Rover’s eight-speed ZF transmission. Further down the road, it is speculated that a Jaguar XE SVR version will be offered to compete against the BMW M3 and Mercedes-AMG C63.