Jaguar F-Pace Facelift Spied Finally Shedding Some Camouflage
We’ve been spying on the refreshed Jaguar F-Pace for some time now in standard and SVR forms. Today we finally have a new batch of spy photos that reveal more detail than the previous snaps. These photos likely suggest a full debut later this year.
It’s perhaps safe to say that this will be a very conservative facelift for Jag’s flagship SUV. The new plans seem to confirm that the front will get a new grille flanked by sharper headlights for a more aggressive overall appearance. The lower part of the bumper could also be modified, but the transformation will not be dramatic.
At the back, it’s going to be a similar story. We suspect that the camouflage hides new taillights with internal 3D LED graphics and a sharper bumper diffuser. This test prototype features a dual exhaust setup and judging by the pipes pointing downwards, it is likely diesel powered. Previous spy photos have revealed that the top-of-the-line SVR will be equipped with a four-pipe tailpipe system.
The interior of the car is still a mystery, but at least we can see that there is a laptop or tablet attached to the dashboard of this test car. This hints at a revised infotainment system and we won’t be surprised if the overall center console layout is updated with a larger screen.
Information regarding the SUV’s engine lineup is scarce, but we expect most of the powertrain options to be retained. However, they could be modified to embrace electrification in the same way JLR’s 3.0-liter Ingenium family got electric assistance.
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