Large SUV Jaguar J-Pace will debut in 2021
The unprecedented Jaguar J-Pace will be the large SUV that will debut in 2021, but many hybrids and electric are scheduled.
The Indian Tata group will continue to invest in JLR, a division that brings together the premium brands Jaguar and Land Rover. According to Autocar, the goal is to go from 600,000 cars sold in 2017 – specifically 150,000 Jaguar and 450,000 Land Rover – to 800,000 units in the short term and 1 million in the medium term. Furthermore, the electrification of the range will increase, as each model will be proposed in the plug-in or electric hybrid version.
Following the success of the first F-Pace and then the E-Pace, the Jaguar range will also be extended to the J-Pace, large SUV that will debut in 2021. The unprecedented Jaguar J-Pace will compete with the Porsche Cayenne, also because it will cost no less than 90,000 euros. It will share both the platform and the mechanics with the new Range Rover Sport and Range Rover of Land Rover, while the bodywork will be made entirely of aluminium.
This year, however, will be presented the new generation of the flagship Jaguar XJ that will debut on the European market during 2019. The range will also include the unprecedented version electric propulsion, equipped with the same system ‘zero emissions’ 400 hp of total maximum power. Among the new features of the future, the revived Jaguar XK, a coupé variant of the new XJ, with which it will share the same platform, is not excluded. In addition, it will also be proposed in the electric version.
Jaguar will continue to focus on sedans, such as the XE average and the big XF, especially on long-wheelbase LWB variants exclusively for the Chinese market. The new Jaguar XE will debut in 2021, while the new Jaguar XF will be introduced in 2022 or 2023. By 2020, however, is expected the new Jaguar F-Type, representative of the sportiness for the Casa del Giaguaro, with many news as the specific petrol engine with the six-cylinder architecture in line and the hybrid version.
Besides Jaguar J-Pace, updates are also planned for the F-Pace and E-Pace models. Next year, the Jaguar F-Pace will undergo a mid-career restyling and, for the occasion, the PHEV hybrid version with Plug-In technology will debut. The new generation of the SUV media, however, is scheduled for 2022 or 2023. The Jaguar E-Pace will also be proposed in the hybrid version, expected in 2020 and the following year will be renewed stylistically.