Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has issued a recall for the F-Pace, XE, XF, XJ, Range Rover and Range Rover Sport lines over concerns the virtual instrument cluster could go blank when in use.
The British marque says affected models fitted with the virtual instrument cluster could see the display go blank intermittently and/or reset while driving.
Should the display malfunction for extended periods while driving, it could increase the risk of a collision as it isn't displaying important information like vehicle speed.
Affected Jaguar vehicles come from 2016-2018 model years, while Range Rover units included in the notice are 2017 model year.
Number of units and VIN ranges by model line are as follows:
XE (190 vehicles) - SAJBA4BN8HCY40352 to SAJBB4BNXJCY62727
XF (9 vehicles) - SAJWA2G7XG8W03265 to SAJAA2080H8W12765
XJ (20 vehicles) - SAJAB4BV9JCP16864 to SAJAB4AX2JCP28129
F-Pace (740 vehicles) - SADCK2BV3HA081291 to SADCA2BN3JA899998
Range Rover (310 vehicles) - SALGA2EV6HA311572 to SALGW2FE4HA366599
Range Rover Sport (1234 vehicles) - SALWA2EJ4HA112609 to SALWA2FK2HA691414
Owners of the affected units will be contacted by JLR Australia, and requested to arrange an appointment with their local dealer - who will update the software in the instrument cluster module.