According to newly emerged reports, the F-Pace will be priced around the £30,000 mark in its home market of the United Kingdom. That price point will not only put it in line with the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Porsche Macan but also directly against both the Land Rover Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque. It remains to be seen how Jaguar Land Rover plans to differentiate these three similarly priced SUVs in its family.
Beneath the skin, the road-going Jaguar F-Pace will ride on the same aluminium architecture as the XE. It will also be available with similar engines including a selection of petrol and diesel four-cylinders possibly utilising forced induction in the form of twin-turbochargers in top-specification. Thanks to the lightweight architecture, it is hoped the F-Pace will weigh less than the Porsche Macan, its main rival.
Visually, the F-Pace will look very similar to the original C-X17 Sports Crossover Concept from two years ago. As a result, it will feature sleek and aggressive headlights and taillights which bare similarities to other models in Jaguars range. Elsewhere, a characteristic large front grille will be found at the front alongside prominent air intakes. Its roofline will bare similarities with the Range Rover Evoque but the Jaguar F-Pace will be significantly larger.