All three vehicles’ emissions were well under the 80-milligrams-per-kilometre limit set out by current legislation, with the E-PACE leading the way!
All three cars were tested with the same 2-litre, 177 bhp diesel engine under the bonnet, but the E-PACE emitted a mere 14 mg of NOx per kilometre travelled - less than a quarter of the legal limit. The Evoque followed closely behind, with emissions of 17 mg/km, while the Discovery Sport achieved a still-creditable 34 mg/km.
This is a fantastic achievement and reflects on Jaguar Land Rover's continued investment in class-leading technologies and their commitment to delivering ever-lower emissions without compromising the driving experience.
Should you have any questions about whether to choose a petrol or diesel engine in your next Jaguar or Land Rover, please contact your local Beadles JLR Sales Team, who will be more than happy to discuss.
The AIR Index, which was devised to provide consumers with clear, independent data regarding vehicles’ real-world nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions, gave 2-litre diesel versions of the Discovery Sport, Range Rover Evoqueand E-PACEan ‘A’ rating. An 'A' rating signifies some of the lowest NOx emissions of any car on sale today.