New Jaguar F-Pace 2021 after facelift.  PHEV plug-in hybrid

New Jaguar F-Pace 2021 after facelift. PHEV plug-in hybrid


Four years have passed since the start of the Jaguar F-Pace market and the manufacturer decided to facelift. The new version of the British SUV brings changes to the body, which is to give it a new look and slim silhouette, without taking away the feeling of size and power of this segment of cars.

On the exterior, the list of changes is clear at first glance with new LED lights as well as a revised bonnet, bumpers and grille. The rear lights continue the visual trend started by the electric SUV Jaguar I-Pace.


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The designers paid more attention to the interior which achieved a revolution. The cockpit is more driver oriented. They dominate the new dashboard online, over 12 inch clocks behind the wheel, can be configured as needed and preferred, with an 11-inch curved screen for multimedia. A new lever has replaced the automatic gear knob.

The interior can be finished with leather, aluminum, but also with new types of matt wood.


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Hybrids and plug-in versions in the new Jaguar F-Pace

The range of engines will include three diesel units – two liters 163 and 204 HP, and three liters 300 HP. All three will use technology mild hybrid, ie soft hybrid.

The range of petrol engines will include a 250hp two-litre, a 204hp three-litre and a smooth hybrid, as well. 2-liter plug-in hybrid with a system power of 404 hp. Standard will be an 8-speed automatic transmission and AWD all-wheel drive.