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Hi all,

This is a question for Jaguar....does the standard E Pace S model have an autonomous Barking System...reading the brochure it does, this issue raised by my insurer.
Thanks, Den.
 

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Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) should show up on your Driver assistance menu if it's installed. Hit the silver button on the end of the indicator stalk until you see Driver Assistance menu, and see if AEB comes up as an option. From memory it should be the first option.
 

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Sorry, not the silver button. It is the Menu button on the steering wheel . Use the up, down, left and right buttons to navigate to the driver assistance menu. Still getting used to all the gadgets on this car :)
 

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den said:
Hi all,

This is a question for Jaguar....does the standard E Pace S model have an autonomous Barking System...reading the brochure it does, this issue raised by my insurer.
Thanks, Den.
It's not standard as far as I know - you need the Drive Pack option.

From the brochure:
DRIVE PACK
Making every journey safer and more relaxing. The Drive Pack includes:
Adaptive Cruise Control with Queue Assist will keep your vehicle a safe distance from the one in front should it slow or stop when you're cruising on the motorway or travelling in slow-moving traffic. Should the vehicle in front stop completely, your vehicle will come to a smooth halt. Once the traffic moves, simply touch the accelerator and Adaptive Cruise Control will resume following the car in front. The system can be activated from 10mph up to motorway speeds.
High-speed Emergency Braking detects when a potential frontal collision with another vehicle may occur and displays a forward alert to warn the driver to brake. If the driver doesn't react, the car will deploy the brakes in order to reduce the severity of the possible impact. High-speed Emergency Braking is ready and active from 6mph to 99mph.
Blind Spot Assist can help you prevent collisions. If your vehicle detects another car in your blind spot when you begin to change lanes, a small warning light illuminates in the corresponding door mirror. Corrective torque is also applied to the steering wheel, encouraging you to guide your vehicle.
 

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You do get emergency braking on all e pace models and it is effective for front collisions up to 50mph and pedestrians at up to 37mph however from the se trim upwards, you get high speed emergency braking which will work for any speeds including motorway speeds however after the car has used this feature it wil need a reset from the manufacturer/dealer
 
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