F-PACE - The luxury performance SUV

Jaguar’s SUV breaks practical and stylish new ground.

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As Jaguar was keen to expand its portfolio, and already had a superb saloon range, launching a luxury performance SUV made perfect sense.

Back in 2013, the C-X17 concept car made its acclaimed debut at the Frankfurt International Motor Show. Clearly a Jaguar from its XF akin front face and lithe bodywork, it nonetheless had a different purpose and market intent. Its essence has remained intact in the production F-PACE.

“I really enjoyed working on this programme as it wasn’t about comparing the new design with a classic like E-Type or XJ,’ ‘That was liberating.”

“The world has changed. As much as I love saloons, I’ve always been receptive to the idea of a more practical Jaguar sports car. I’m at a different point in my life, with a wife and twin sons, so a car like F-PACE resonates with me because it means I can have a family car that does everything I need it to do.”

Wayne Burgess (Jaguar’s Production Design Studio Director)

“The F-PACE has one of the best steering feels in its class.”

Peter Davis (Technical Manager for Vehicle Dynamics)

Key Features

  • Elegant front fender and rear haunch lines
  • Stunning taut surfaces
  • Slim signature tail lights

Let’s make the best looking, sportiest practical car on the planet.”

-Adam Hatton, Head of Exterior Design

F-PACE isn‘t just about luxury and drive, it‘s practical too. Innovative systems to help keep you safe in traffic come as standard, including Autonomous Emergency Braking, Reverse Traffic Detection with Blind Spot Monitor and Driver Condition Monitoring with Lane Keep Assist.

In the Portfolio trim, the seats come with cool ‘fluted’ cushioning – a thoroughly modern reference to classic Jaguar seats of the 60s and 70s. In front, F-PACE’s Sports Command raised driving position lends the driver confidence and a more assertive view all around.

The F-PACE features a new go-anywhere Activity Key – a really solid and tough rubber wristband – which locks and unlocks the car via a built-in transponder so you can leave your keys safe in the vehicle. ‘It’s waterproof plus heat- and shock-proof,’ says Jaguar electrical software expert Paul Morris. ‘It works using an identifiable area on the tailgate: on Jaguars it’s by the J. The user lines it up and uses similar radio frequencies to our keys. It also disables the keys left inside the car so anybody trying to break-in won’t be able to use those keys to start the vehicle.’

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