F-Pace storms its way to the top
Combines luxury and refinement with pace and space
The new F-Pace is destined to be Jaguar’s fastest-selling car ever - even before it arrives in showrooms next week.
The company’s order book is already bulging with advance orders from all over the world and the SUV is going to continue the transformation of the brand’s image.
For a start the newcomer is proving a hit with women customers with one in three orders coming from females. And the brand’s age profile is also being reduced as orders arrive from customers an average of ten years younger than current Jaguar owners.
Jaguar may be late in joining the crossover craze but it will be bringing something new to the party and their biggest problem will be meeting the demand.
The F-Pace is being built at the Land Rover plant in Solihull alongside the new XE saloon and like its sibling it is made from aluminium so it is lighter than its main rivals.
This means that it beats the rest on performance and economy and Ian Callum and his design team have made
Dambuster The F-Pace makes light work of this near-vertical ramp