The first photos of the updated Jaguar F-Pace crossover appeared on the webDecember 2, 2019
The official presentation of the British crossover should take place next year, then the first deliveries of the new items are expected. In the meantime, a heavily camouflaged SUV prototype has been spotted on tests.
The prestigious automaker – the company Jaguar, is going to significantly update its lineup in the coming years or even months. In addition to the completely updated flagship XJ sedan and the updated F-Type sports coupe, the British brand intends to introduce a new version for its compact crossover F-Pace. According to rumors, first shown in 2016, the new Jaguar F-Pace will be officially unveiled next year.
For the first time, “spy” photos with test prototypes of the updated F-Pace crossover were taken in September this year. Then, the car was very heavily covered with a fairly dense camouflage film. This time, the disguises became a little less, and we can see some elements of the new design in more detail.
The headlight housings seem smoother compared to those of the current version of the crossover. The headlamp graphics also seem to have been updated. Changes to the false radiator grille are not visible in these images, but the appearance of the lower front bumper and air intakes seem to have been revised. The new F-Pace retained its general shape, but the rear end received significant updates. The bumper looks a little different, even, like the exhaust pipes and diffuser.
The interior of the updated F-Pace is very heavily covered with all kinds of false panels, so we have no information about the changes that may be there. However, the new F-Pace is expected to receive the latest Jaguar infotainment system.
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