In front, the grille is wider with a new mesh design, the front bumper has been restyled, and the standard LED headlights now have "J-shaped" running light elements.
Jaguar Director of Design Ian Callum said the refresh is about, "building on the undeniable sporting proportions of the original car."
The rear bumper was redesigned to give the sedan more "visual width," Jaguar says, and the LED taillights have a new graphic treatment.
New tech for the 2020 XE includes wireless phone charging (a Jaguar first) and an available camera-based rear-view mirror.
The climate control system from the I-Pace, using a touchscreen and two big rotary dials, is now available in the XE.
The only engine choice for the 2020 XE is a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four, offered with either 247 or 296 horsepower, depending on model.
Cabin tweaks include an F-Type-inspired shifter replacing the old XE's rotary-style one, new door grab handles that free up storage space for bottles in the door pockets, "more comfortable" leather seats and increases amounts of soft-touch materials.
The 2020 Jaguar XE will hit US showrooms this summer, with prices starting at $40,895 (with destination).
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