Priced at Rs 68.4 lakh, ex-Delhi, the new Jaguar F-Pace SUV is available in two diesel engine options – 2.0-litre Ingenium and 3.0-litre V6.
October 21, 2016 – Jaguar, the British luxury carmaker is getting aggressive with its product strategy for the Indian car market. Despite increasing competition, Tata-owned British maker is enjoying a steady growth in the country. Jaguar has officially launched the brand’s first ever SUV, the F-Pace in the Indian market. The Jaguar F Pace is priced in the range of Rs 68.40 lakh – Rs 1.12 crore, ex-showroom Delhi. Read More – 2016 Jaguar XF Price, Specs & Other Details
The biggest highlight of the launch event of the Jaguar F Pace in Mumbai was the 60-foot replica constructed of the ‘Shard’, which is the tallest building in London. Initially, the company’s first SUV comes in two diesel engine options – 2.0-litre Ingenium and 3.0-litre V6. A petrol version with 2.0-litre engine will also be launched on later stage. It will come in three trim levels – Pure, Prestige and R-Sport along with First Edition variant.
|Variants||Price (Ex-Showroom Delhi)|
|Pure||Rs 68.4 lakh|
|Prestige||Rs 74.5 lakh|
|R-Sport||Rs 1.02 crore|
|First Edition||Rs 1.12 crore|
The F Pace is available in four variants – Pure, Prestige, R-Sport and First Edition. The entry level Pure variant is priced at Rs 68.40 lakh while the Prestige is tagged at Rs 74.50 lakh. The R-Sport and the First Edition comes at a price tag of Rs 1.02 crore and 1.12 crore, respectively.
|Engine||2.0-litre Ingenium Diesel|
|Acceleration (0-100kmph)||8.7 seconds|
|Top Speed||Over 200kmph|
|Engine||3.0-litre V6 Diesel|
|Acceleration (0-100kmph)||6.2 seconds|
|Transmission||8-speed ZF Automatic|
The SUV is available in two diesel engines – 2.0-litre Ingenium and 3.0-litre V6. The 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel engine is capable of producing 180bhp of power and 430Nm of torque. The SUV is claimed to achieve 0-100kmph in 8.7 seconds before hitting a top speed of over 200kmph.
The 3.0-litre V6 unit churns out a maximum power output of 300bhp and a peak torque of 700Nm. The SUV accelerates to 100kmph from zero in just 6.2 seconds and achieves a top speed of 241kmph. Power is transmitted to all-4 wheels via an 8-speed ZF automatic transmission. The petrol version will get a 2.0-litre engine that is good for 240bhp, but it will be launched in February 2017.
The base variant – Pure – is equipped with features like dual-zone automatic climate control, cruise control, 10-way power adjustable front seats, All-surface progress control system and In Control Touch infotainment system as standard. Along with these features, the Prestige trim gets Taurus leather upholstery, auto dimming internal rear-view mirror, reverse parking assist, headlamp washer, etc. Both models runs on 18-inch alloy wheels.
The performance oriented R-Sport trim comes with sporty body kit. It features LED headlamps, larger 19-inch alloys, gesture-control tailgate and large front brakes. Other equipments include mood lighting, adjustable front seats with memory function, electrically adjustable steering column, a larger InControl Touch Pro infotainment system, reclining front seats and surround camera system. The First Edition trim gets Windsor leather upholstery for seats and other places, panoramic sunroof and Meridian surround audio system. This limited run variant rides on larger 20-inch alloy wheels.
The production spec Jaguar F Pace SUV looks largely identical to the concept. It features the signature radiator grille with a chrome treatment and a big Jaguar logo in the centre. Inspired by the F-Type, the SUV gets sleek and athletic design. The side profile of the SUV gets multi-spoke alloy wheels, flared wheel arches and sculpted shoulder line. At the back, the SUV design seems heavily inspired from the F-Type featuring tail-lamps running along the width.
Inside the cabin, the Jaguar F Pace gets a well-laid out and premium cabin with high quality material. The impressive dashboard features tablet-like touchscreen infotainment system with navigation. It has ambient lighting with 10 options, but it misses out on Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The SUV has 40:20:40 seats and 650-litres of boot, which is over 100-litres more than its immediate rivals – Q5 or X3. The boot space can be extended up to 1740-litres.
Surround Camera System
Trailer Stability Assist
Engine Drag Torque Control
Dynamic Stability Control
Reversible Loadspace floor
ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System)
EBD (Electronic BrakeForce Distribution)