One of the new features that the Jaguar F-Pace will be offering is the wearable key feature. The wearable key comes in a form of a wristband and was showed off at the Wearable Tech Show in London.
There are a lot of other things that Cropley and Cross talked about and that would be unfair to describe in words when you can watch the video for yourselves. It’s not that long – 6:28 – so it should make for a very informative viewing experience, especially for those that are currently in the market for a premium SUV. If you’re having trouble choosing, watch this video to see if the F-Pace suits your needs.
With its lightweight chassis – body structure comprises 80% aluminium – the F-PACE’s leading range of diesel and petrol engines can accelerate to 100km/h in 5.5 seconds, or achieve CO2 emissions as low as 139g per kilometre.
Will Jaguar go the Porsche way? I think that would be a terrible mistake. But if they manage to price it in the same ball park as the Audi Q5, and remember the Q5 is assembled in India, this might just become the most popular Jaguar in India.