The Adaptive Dynamics system monitors vehicle movements 500 times a second, reacting virtually instantaneously to give greater control and minimise body roll, providing a composed, flat ride. Adaptive Dynamics is a combination of intelligent sensors and continuously variable suspension dampers. The feature provides the optimum balance of ride comfort and stability control.
ADAPTIVE SURFACE RESPONSE (AdSR)
AdSR recognises differences between surfaces to exploit the maximum available grip. Drawing on Jaguar Land Rover's unrivalled expertise with four-wheel drive systems, AdSR constantly monitors the car's environment and adjusts the appropriate engine and brake settings. Once selected, AdSR works at all speeds to support you in adverse weather and across challenging surfaces.
ALUMINIUM DOUBLE FRONT WISHBONE SUSPENSION
Widely considered as the best configuration for a front suspension system, the aluminium double wishbone design allows precise handling and steering response.
ALL SURFACE PROGRESS CONTROL (ASPC)
ASPC technology is a low speed cruise control that helps the car to cope with low traction situations. Once activated, you use the cruise control buttons to set a 'target' speed of between 3.6km/h and 30km/h. The system then works to achieve and maintain that speed while exerting optimum traction control. ASPC gives Jaguar drivers added confidence over slippery, loose or icy surfaces, undulating terrain and even while descending a difficult incline.
ALL WHEEL DRIVE (AWD)
Jaguar AWD enhances vehicle dynamics and provides greater traction in all weather conditions. The All Wheel Drive system offers performance with perfect poise, delivering confident handling, inherent agility and enhances Jaguar's rear-wheel drive character.
The Configurable Dynamics system allows you to set up dynamics for throttle mapping, gearbox shift points and steering to suit your performance driving needs.
DYNAMIC STABILITY CONTROL (DSC)
Dynamic Stability Control monitors the vehicles wheel sensors at all times and will assist the driver to regain vehicle composure if a lack of grip or stability is detected. Dynamic Stability Control applies brake force to each or any of the wheels and will modulate engine output to maximise safety and control.
ELECTRONIC ACTIVE DIFFERENTIAL
By monitoring vehicle and terrain characteristics, the Electronic Active Differential works with the stability, traction and ABS systems to manage torque delivery to each of the rear wheels. Full electronic control of the rear differential lock lets the system apply full locking torque almost instantaneously.
EMERGENCY BRAKE ASSIST
If the brakes are applied rapidly, this system boosts braking force to the maximum for shorter stopping distances. It can also help retain greater steering control in unexpected situations.
ENGINE DRAG TORQUE CONTROL (EDC)
EDC mitigates the chance of wheel lock-up caused by strong engine braking in slippery conditions. It acts by briefly increasing torque to the driven wheels as appropriate.