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Last year, Jaguar announced a model change for the F-Pace overseas with some interesting design changes. Today, Jaguar India has launched a new F-Pace in India. Gasoline and diesel engine options are standard R-Dynamic S trims, both versions priced at Rs 69.9 (in front of the showroom). The F-Pace Facelift comes with exterior and interior overhauls and boasts the latest technology from British carmakers. On the front is a redesigned grille with all-LED headlights on the sides with double J-shaped DRL. The grille features a mesh pattern along with the R-Dynamic badge, and the bottom of the bumper gets a larger air intake.

The side profile of the new F-Pace hasn’t changed much, and the new alloy wheels are the only differentiator compared to the unmodified SUV. At the rear, the 2021 F-Pace features a slim, crispy-looking LED taillight featuring distinctive double chicane graphics.

All-LED headlights are adjacent to the redesigned mesh pattern grille.Image: Jaguar

The exterior has undergone subtle changes, but the interior features a new layout and the latest technology. The interior is covered in high quality leather (Mars Red and Sienatan are color options offered) and has a matte aluminum inlay at the bottom of the dash. The new 11.4-inch curved glass Pivi Pro infotainment system is brighter and more intuitive to use than before and plays a central role in the redesigned dashboard.

The updated digital driver display is 12.3 inches and features turn-by-turn navigation and multiple dial layouts. Other important features include a fixed panoramic glass roof, 3D surround camera, Meridian sound system, wireless phone charging, 4-zone climate control, and power reclining backseat.

The new 11.4-inch touchscreen will be the central setting for the redesigned dash.Image: Jaguar

The new 11.4-inch touchscreen will be the central setting for the redesigned dash.Image: Jaguar

The 2021 Jaguar F-Pace is available in the European market with multiple powertrain options, including the PHEV option. In India, the Jaguar F-Pace facelift is offered as an option with 2.0 liters of Ingenium petrol and diesel engine. The updated 2.0-liter Ingenium diesel engine, in combination with the MHEV, delivers 204hp and 430Nm of torque. 2.0 liters of turbo gasoline produces 250 horsepower and 365 Nm of torque. Both engine options are combined as standard with an 8-speed automatic gearbox and all-wheel drive.

The Jaguar F-Pace facelift is comparable to the Mercedes-Benz GLC, BMW X3, Volvo XC60, Lexus NX 300 h, and the upcoming Audi Q5 facelift.



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