A Focus on Safety


The XJ has a range of safety systems designed to lessen the risk of accidents and to protect both the occupants and other road users.

  • Aluminium Bodyshell


    The XJ is built of aluminium and magnesium making it exceptionally rigid. As a result, the car is likely to suffer less damage than a conventional steel car in an accident.

  • New XJ - Wheel


    All XJ models have anti-lock brakes, which vary the brake pressure to ensure that the wheels do not lock, and the driver can keep the steering under control, during an emergency stop. Additional brake force is produced by Emergency Brake Assist, allowing for shorter stopping distances and improved steering control.

  • New XJ - Security Key Fob


    Door locks on the XJ are controlled remotely from the key fob, and each door can also be locked or double –locked with a button on the handle.  In addition, the doors will lock automatically when the car reaches a pre-set speed, which can be chosen by the driver. The XJ is protected by an alarm and engine immobiliser.


    As well as two front airbags, the XJ has airbags in the outer edges of the seats, together with side curtain airbags that drop down from above the windows to protect occupants in both the front and rear seats. Sensors detect the size and weight of the driver and passenger before the front airbags are deflated to help prevent injury. At the same time, the seatbelts feature “soft landing” technology, which softens the contact with the airbag. A further safety measure in the seating is the anti-whiplash technology which moves the head restraints forward if there is an accident.


    The XJ has a sensing system that will raise the bonnet slightly if it detects contact with a pedestrian. This helps to ensure that their head does not hit the hard parts of the engine.


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