Jaguar’s all-new F-PACE officially driven into sub-Sahara African markets

Jaguar’s all-new F-PACE officially driven into sub-Sahara African markets

Bigwig automaker Jaguar’s first performance crossover -- the all-new F-PACE Compact SUV -- has officially driven into the sub-Sahara African markets. The vehicle is expected to grab the top-notch spot in the compact SUV segment; thanks largely to its unique combination of unmatched dynamics and day-to-day versatility.

The all-new F-PACE is an attractive, basic, luxurious compact-to-midsize SUV; which has the capability to seats “five occupants in absolute comfort.” The family-friendly crossover boasts a lightweight body structure which comprises 80 percent aluminum and gives the vehicle a notable advantage in terms of aerodynamics, fuel economy, and stability.

In sub-Sahara Africa, including Nigeria, the F-PACE Compact SUV will be available in four models --- F-PACE Pure, F-PACE R-Sport, F-PACE S, and F-PACE First Edition.

The F-PACE range will be equipped with one of two versions of Jaguar’s powerful supercharged V6 engine, with 250kW or 280kW power outputs and 450Nm torque. Both the engines offer excellent performance and fuel economy.

To mark the official arrival of the all-new F-PACE in the sub-Sahara African region, a media launch event and test-drive was organized Jaguar Land Rover South Africa/ sub-Sahara Africa in Port Elizabeth last week. At the event, Nigel Clarke – Director of Operations – sounded optimistic about the success of F-PACE in the region; and also highlighted the fact that Jaguar is expanding its market frontiers and investing hugely in after-sales and training.

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