2019 Jaguar E-Pace: How To with the All Surface Progress Control

All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) is a low-speed cruise control that helps you to maintain optimum handling in low traction situations. I can be found in the Jaguar XE, the F-Pace, and most recently the new Jaguar E-Pace, available at Park Place Jaguar Land Rover DFW. 

ASPC helps you maneuver the vehicle on slippery surfaces, including snow, mud, water, grass, gravel, and sand. As explained in the video, the system can be enabled whether the vehicle is stationary or moving, when the brake pedal is fully released. This “cruise control” like system provides your Jaguar with controlled progressive assistance to:

  1. Pull away from a standstill, in a forward or reverse direction on level ground, and uphill or downhill.
  2. Perform low-speed maneuvering in a forward or reverse direction.
  3. Make progress and maintain a selected set speed up to a maximum of 19 mph (30 km/h).

You can operate the ASPC system by first selecting your driving mode based on conditions; second, select the required position for the gear selector; third, release the brakes to allow the vehicle to progress to the default speed depending on the driving mode; and finally the ASPC system maintains the default speed for descent control mode, but will exit the descent control mode if the accelerator pedal is pressed or the steering wheels’ Set+ button is pressed. Watch the video below for your ‘how-to’ on this safety system found in your Jaguar.

For more information on your safety and car systems, reach out to our team of product specialists at Jaguar DFW in Grapevine.