All 2018 Jaguar Land Rover models rolling out over the next few month will be badged with new model designations that identify their fuel types and power outputs more easily, according to AutoExpress.
The new Range Rover Velar has already adopted the new format and spy shots of an unreleased Jaguar F-Type model show a badge reading P380 AWD.
The P indicates that it is a petrol model, while the 380 refers to the power output in horsepower. The entry-level 2.0-litre four-cylinder model will be badged P300, indicating the power delivered by its 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
Hybrid and electric models such as the Jaguar I-Pace are expected to get an E-bagde, so the initial 395bhp I-Pace will get E400 on its rear.
Land Rover is expected to follow suit and diesel models will get a D instead of a P, followed by a number indicating total system power.
As engines continue to get smaller but produce more power, due to turbocharging and electrification, we can expect the trend of this sort of nomenclature to continue.