The question you might have is, why do we need another crossover? The answer is simple, because people are still buying them. Jaguar might succeed this year, the new model doesn't just look good it has many other secrets that will attract buyers. Thought the new model looks and drives like a proper Jaguar, F-Pace has something that might transform it into the most practical vehicle of the brand.
The F-Pace's proportions emphasize the chassis' rear-drive roots, 90% of engine torque is routed to the rear wheels. The F-Pace drives as a sport sedan, ride on models are equipped with adaptive suspension. The run to 60 miles per hour clocks in at just 5.1 seconds, and the engine is pulling hard well into triple-digit speeds. The four-cylinder diesel offers up 180 horsepower but it counters with 318 pound-feet of torque from 1,750 through 2,500 rpm. The only transmission available is and eight-speed ZF automatic, which works very good and holds gears and fires off shifts in its S mode. The throttle response is a bit too abrupt in Dynamic mode and with the transmission in Sport.
The F-Pace is totally the most practical in everyday life, there's a 33.5 cubic feet of cargo space behind the rear seats and, enough room in the second row for two life-size adults. The car has a big panoramic sunroof, a 12-inch digital cluster and a 10-inch LCD atop the center stack. F-Pace starting price will be around $41,985.