Launched in 2016, the Jaguar F-Pace is the British firm's very first SUV, based on the C-X17 concept.
With some similarities to the XE sedan, the beautiful Englishwoman is entitled to a restyling in 2020. A welcome facelift to stay in tune with the times in the face of increasingly fierce competition!
A Jaguar SUV that looks like a tiger
The new baby of the british car brand looks like a tiger. After four years of life, the Jaguar F-Pace is still surfing the wave of SUVs and crossovers and sees the arrival of its restyled version.
Porsche Macan and Range Rover Evoque: two major competitors
With 4m73 long, 1m93 wide and 1m66 high, the new F-Pace is more imposing than the Porsche Macan and the Range Rover Evoque. The trunk capacity is 1,743 liters with the seats folded down. Not bad for a vehicle that uses the codes of the brand's main road, the XE.
The car's large grille is inspired by current sedans and the dynamic profile is based on the shoulder of the rear fenders. Otherwise, the F-Pace is equipped with the new generation of engines that can reject less than 100g / km of carbon dioxide.
Jaguar F-Pace goes hybrid
In 2020, the SUV will welcome a new 404 horsepower 2.0 4-cylinder hybrid engine, with an all-electric range announced at 53 kilometers. For those who like the engine to roar, petrol and diesel versions of the 3.0 6-cylinder block are also available, with 300 or 400 horsepower under the hood.
Despite its recent release, the Jaguar F-Pace is already available used and in exceptional, almost new condition, just discounted. If you are looking for a trendy, modern, practical and powerful used 4 × 4, the SUV from the British firm is made for you.
A leisure key for more practicality
On its first F-Pace, Jaguar presented a small innovation particularly appreciated by sportsmen. It is not always easy to take your car key with you, especially during physical activity sessions. Fragile and bulky, this small object causes real discomfort.
To remedy, the feline brand offers a simple and practical solution that is the key to leisure. It is a black plastic strap waterproof to a depth of 40 meters. The car key will be stored in the cockpit armrest. Then, all you have to do is put the bracelet on the “J” of the Jaguar F-Pace, located on the tailgate. All the doors will be locked.
An SUV that suits everyone
With its range of engines between 163 and 404 horsepower, the new Jaguar F-Pace 2020 offers a very complete palette. This wide choice is also a great asset to fight against the Porsche Macan, in particular.
In its version powered by the 3.0-liter Turbo V6, the English feline has a top speed of 250 km / h and shoots down from 0 to 100 km / h in 5.5 seconds. Quite a performance for a baby weighing around 2 tons!
Agile, precise and comfortable, the vehicle is equipped with a propulsion-type AWD all-wheel drive, Torque Vectoring (which slows down the inside wheels in bends) and Adaptive Dynamics, which anticipates depreciation.
If, before 2016, Jaguar only produced coupes, roadsters and sedans, the switch to SUVs with the F-Pace was a real turning point for the brand. His little brother E-Pace and the electric model i-Pace have strengthened the positioning of the British manufacturer, which is seen as a benchmark for luxury SUVs today.
On the price side, the new Jaguar F-Pace 2020 followed an inflationary trend, with around 7,000 euros more than the previous generation. So count a base price of 54,940 euros for the diesel 165 MHEV version and up to 88,930 euros for the P400e HSE R-Dynamic plug-in hybrid.