Jaguar F-Pace crossover spied testing, takes engines from XE sedan?

Jaguar F-Pace crossover is spied testing for the first time, with full camouflage. F-Pace is the production version of C-X17 concept car unveiled at 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Jaguar F-Pace crossover spied
Jaguar F-Pace sport crossover is said to be drawing inspiration from F-Type supercar.
Jaguar F-Pace test mule reveals some details about physical features of the car, like the rectangular grille flanked by XF-inspired headlamps and large air intakes. Front fascia is also characterised by sculpted bonnet, upward sweeping shoulder line and sloping roofline.

At the rear, Jaguar F-Pace features wraparound tail lamps, roof lip spoiler and dual exhaust kit. Interior of the British luxury car marque’s first crossover was not caught on camera, but the firm had announced earlier that F-Pace will be a five seater model with class-leading cabin room, luxurious interior trims and all latest tech bits.

Technical specifications of Jaguar F-Pace family sports car is not disclosed, but is expected to be underpinned by iQ[Al] platform. Engines could be sourced from the company’s new entry-level XE sedan, one of the derivatives of four-cylinder Ingenium engines, and probably a supercharged 3.0 litre V6 power house developing 340 bhp max power and 450 Nm peak torque.

More spy shots – WorldCarFans