The Very First Jaguar SUV Called F-pace

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Not so long ago in Frankfurt, Germany the presentation of the first crossover from the Jaguar brand in the face of F-Pace SUV was held. For a long and rich history of the British brand name there wasn’t any off-road vehicle. The new car was outstanding and will be able to surprise even the most demanding customer.

British Design

The design of the British automotive industry will cause an unprecedented delight even among the most demanding owners. Special attention deserves a unique aluminum body, which provides the model with additional strength and safety for drivers and passengers. The model will receive original wheel disks, the size of which will vary between 18-22 inches.

The front part of Jaguar F-Pace is equipped with a massive bumper, large hood, characteristic for the products of this manufacturer radiator grille and air intakes of large sizes. The rear of the car also looks massive due to the visor of the spoiler, rear bumper and impressive exhaust pipes.

Swollen wings, large cutouts of wheel arches, compact glass – this and much more gives the F-Pace athletic and sporty appearance.

A note of premium

The interior of the car is competently thought out, there is everything that is necessary for a long and comfortable trip. High-quality leather upholstery of seats, the availability of innovative technologies, spacious luggage space and a large legroom – all this will make your trip out of the city as comfortable as possible.

Among the innovative technologies we can note the presence of:

Multimedia systems with a touch screen of 8 or 10.2 inches, the presence of Wi-Fi and ports for connecting a smartphone;

  • The possibility of adjusting the seats in at least 10 positions;
  • Rear view camera;
  • Climate control;
  • Parking sensors;
  • Cruise control.

The real Jag

The basic diesel version of Jaguar F-Pace is equipped with a 2-liter Ingenium diesel engine, which is able to please the owner of a vehicle with a capacity of 180 horsepower and a torque of 317 ft lb. This engine is mated, like all other versions, with 8-speed automatic gearbox, accelerates to 60 miles per hour in 8.7 seconds, and the maximum speed of this configuration reaches a mark of 129 mph. The fuel consumption is low: spectacular 44 mpg while driving on the highway and 38 mpg in urban conditions.

Another diesel is a 3-liter TDV6 engine, whose power is 300 HP, and the torque – 516 ft lb. Its maximum speed will be about 149 miles per hour, and up to a sixty, it can accelerate in about 6.2 seconds. The fuel consumption here is somewhat higher – 39 mpg on the highway and 33 mpg on urban roads.

Both petrol versions are 3-liter engines. The maximum speed (155 MPH) and the level of gasoline consumption within the city (19 mpg) are the same for the both engines. The difference is in power and torque (340 horsepower, 331 ft lb and 380 horsepower and 339 ft lb respectively), the acceleration time to sixty miles per hour (5.8 and 5.5 seconds respectively).

In Europe, there will be another gasoline engine option of this model – 2-liter turbocharged engine with a output of 240 horsepower and a torque of 250 ft lb. It will accelerate faster – up to 60 kilometers per hour in 7.5 seconds, and the maximum speed will not be so high – only 136 miles per hour.

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