Jaguar F-Pace, production version of C-X17 concept car inspired by F-Type
Jaguar F-PACE performance crossover sportscar will use Advanced Aluminium Architecture, is a first of its kind for the brand. Jaguar Land Rover was bought by Tata Motors in 2008, and has been focusing on expansion, including new markets and new vehicles.
Design Director Ian Callum says response to the C-X17 concept car has been overwhelming, and as a production version takes shape of F-Pace. Jaguar F-Pace, inspired by F-Type is a family sports car. Until now, Land Rover has been responsible for luxury SUV’s for JLR.
The five-seat performance crossover uses aluminium-intensive architecture and advanced suspension system, with dynamic driving traction aided by Instinctive All Wheel Drive system, and All Surface Progress Control technology. Jaguar F-Pace will go on-sale in 2016.
Jaguar F-Pace combines abundant interior space and on and off-road dynamics. Andy Goss, Jaguar Land Rover Global Sales Director says this year being the 80th year of Jaguar, the brand begins the year by announcing its first performance crossover, an ultimate practical sports car. F-pace is the most innovative Jaguar vehicle ever developed, and engineering and development testing program is ongoing.