Focusing on Jaguar F-Pace performance

By Peter Chubb - Apr 15, 2015

We won’t get to see the production version of the Jaguar F-Pace until September during the Frankfurt motor show, but we have already seen a few photos of the first SUV from the carmaker being put through its paces. However, new shots have now come to light that shows Jaguar focusing on the F-Pace performance.

James May will not be happy that yet another vehicle has been put through its paces at the Nurburgring, and so this could mean the F-Pace might not drive as smoothly on everyday roads, as its suspension would have been set up to work well at the Nurburgring.

Jaguar F-Pace performance

Having said that, we are sure Jaguar will be able to find a happy medium in order to get the SUV to work on a number of surfaces and conditions thanks to some clever electronics.

Autocar reports that there have also been some other spy shots, such as of the Jaguar F-Pace interior. However, seeing as though these are only near-production images, we are certain there are to be several tweaks, along with its exterior looking far different once the camouflage has been removed.

Jaguar F-Pace price and release date reminder – The starting price is expected to be £35,000 and the top of the range model should cost about £50,000. As for its release window, it should go on sale in early 2016 – let’s hope Jaguar share more details on these two subjects at Frankfurt in September.

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Focusing on Jaguar F-Pace performance