Managing the Financial Side of Commercial Fleets

Jaguar, Shell Offer In-Car Fuel Payments

February 15, 2017

Photo courtesy ofJaguar Land Rover.
Photo courtesy ofJaguar Land Rover.

Jaguar will offer an in-car payment app in three 2018 model year vehicles that will allow drivers to pay for fuel through the vehicle's dashboard touchscreen at Shell service stations, the automaker announced.

The new Shell app will be available with the 2018 Jaguar XE, XF, and F-Pace starting on Feb. 15 in the United Kingdom. It roll out to other markets later this year.

With the app, executive drivers of company cars can log journeys and save receipts through the car's touchscreen, according to Jaguar.

Drivers pull up to any pump at a Shell service station and use the vehicle’s touchscreen to select the amount of fuel and securely pay using PayPal or Apple Pay. Android Pay will be added later in 2017.

An electronic receipt will be displayed on the touchscreen. An electronic version of the receipt will also be sent directly from the pump to the driver’s e-mail address so it can be added to accounting or expense software.

The app will also be available on Land Rover models that use InControl apps.

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  1. 1. Gylaine [ March 27, 2017 @ 06:37AM ]

    do this jaguar already exists


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