The dashboard appears to be influenced by both the F-Type (dual binnacle instrument cluster) and the XJ (center console under the air vents) though, Jaguar did not talk about the design.
Instead, it placed the emphasis on the car's technology features including an all-new InControl infotainment system with 8-inch touchscreen and full smart-phone integration for both iOS and Android devices. The system also functions as a Wi-Fi hotspot for multiple devices.
Jaguar says it will offer a variety of apps allowing smart-phone users to control functions such as door looking and engine start "from anywhere in the world".
The XE will also debut a laser head-up display (HUD), which Jaguar claims, is an industry-first.
"Projecting sharp, high-contrast colour images onto the windscreen, the technology provides the driver with information such as speed and navigation instructions with maximum clarity and minimum distraction. As well as better image quality, the laser HUD is smaller and almost a third lighter than existing systems," said Jaguar in a statement.