Jaguar’s new F-PACE will have its world premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month.
Before it goes on sale next year the new SUV has been tested to the limit in the searing heat and dust of Dubai to the ice and snow of Northern Sweden. The new F-PACE has faced some of the most inhospitable environments on earth and met the challenge.
Jaguar’s claim the performance crossover offers an unrivalled blend of performance, design and practicality.
To ensure that every system functions perfectly even under the most extreme conditions, the new F- PACE has been subjected to one of the most demanding test programmes the company has ever devised.
“We developed the F-PACE to offer the ride, handling and refinement demanded from a Jaguar, together with exceptional levels of ability and composure on all surfaces and in all weathers.
“Just as we paid obsessive attention to detail over the engineering of every single component, we’ve exhaustively tested the F-PACE in the most challenging conditions to ensure that it will exceed the expectations of our customers around the world,” said
Andrew Whyman, Vehicle Programme Director.
At Jaguar Land Rover’s test facility in Arjeplog, Northern Sweden, average winter temperatures rarely exceed -15°C and often plummet to -40°C. The 60km of purposebuilt handling tracks, mountain climbs, inclines, split-friction straights and off-road areas are ideal for optimising the calibration
Looker the F-PACE has been tested to the limit