That's a feature that many vehicles already offer, but Jaguar's goes further by integrating artificial intelligence to learn the driver's preferences based not only on how he or she left it last, but incorporate time, location, weather, and behavior patterns to adjust settings more intelligently.
The Jaguar E-Pace hasn't been on sale that long, but already it's getting updates.
Cost-effective 200PS petrol engineE-PACE is now available with Jaguar Land Rover's clean and efficient 200PS 2.0 litre four-cylinder turbocharged Ingenium petrol engine for the first time, priced from £33,260.
Fuel economy is a claimed 34.4 mpg combined, but there is a slight anomaly when it comes to the Carbon dioxide emissions of this unit.
Jaguar has updated its E-Pace SUV with a few additional features which include the self-learning Smart Settings technology, an Adaptive Dynamics suspension set-up and a new base 197bhp version of the 2.0-litre Ingenium petrol engine.
The E-Pace can now recognise the approaching driver from the key fob and the driver's smartphone Bluetooth signal. Up to eight profiles can be set up on the E-Pace using Smart Settings.
Drivers are able to choose between normal and dynamic system settings, with normal mode focusing on comfort, and dynamic mode calibrated to provide increased body control and road holding.
The Predictive Call List feature learns patterns of phone use to suggest calling certain people in your phonebook at a certain time.
Smart Settings is offered as part of the Connect Pro Pack, which also consists of a 4G wifi hotspot, Pro Services and Navigation Pro - which offers real-time traffic information, street view and parking availability.
The new technology joins the line up alongside Adaptive Dynamics, a system which alters the suspension settings to suit differing road surfaces and driving styles.
And if it's a bit cold outside, the E-Pace will crank up the heater.
Alongside the new engine, Jaguar's introducing clever self-learning technology dubbed Smart Settings. The setup scans vehicle movements every two milliseconds and adjusts the stiffness of the dampers for a more composed ride and more body control. In a petrol engine, under normal driving conditions, the trapped soot will be oxidised into Carbon dioxide and the filter regenerated whenever the driver lifts off the accelerator, Jaguar said.
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