A gap that’s obvious that exists in the Jaguar lineup is the mid-sized J-Pace SUV that is scheduled to debut in 2021. version. The J-Pace will compete with high-end mid-sized SUVs like those of the BMW X5, Porsche Cayenne and Mercedes-Benz GLE class, however, we anticipate it to have more attractive design than its competitors. There isn’t much information about the J-Pace at present however, we know it will be available for sale at some point. It could also be the vehicle to launch the new engine from J-Pace, which is an inline six-cylinder and could also have an electrified version available which could be a full electric vehicle or a Plug-in hybrid engine.
What’s New for 2021?
The J-Pace will be a brand new model with a new model’s name when it hits the market.
Pricing and Which One to Buy
We’re guessing on pricing however, If the J-Pace is based on Jaguar’s current pricing model, it will be available in a variety of variations, that will culminate in an SVR-branded performance model. SVR logo.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance
Jaguar has been working on new powertrains in recent times and we’re expecting an inline six-cylinder engine to be on the horizon, an engine that could just be perfect inside the hood of a mid-sized luxury SUV. There’s also talk of further electric vehicles and, like similar to the I-Pace SUV and the I-Pace, the J-Pace could have an enormous battery to provide an adequate all-electric range. Plug-in hybrid models are feasible. We will not know for certain what powertrains are available in the J-Pace until the closer it gets to its launch date.
Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
Without additional information about the powertrains available that we have, it is impossible to determine the efficiency that comes with the J-Pace. Jaguar is smart to focus on fuel-sippers in this segment , such as that of Acura MDX and the Volvo XC90 and XC90; both of them logged 28 and 27 mpg, respectively, during our 200-mile highway fuel economy test route.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
If the F-Pace’s smaller interior is any indication J-Pace’s interior will be upholstered in luxurious fabrics, Windsor leather upholstery, genuine wood and aluminum trim and have a luxurious feel. With its larger, mid-sized body, we anticipate more seating space, particularly on the back seat and the option of a third-row of seating that can accommodate additional passengers. Cargo capacity is expected to be adequate to fit families and keep pace with other SUVs. To give you an idea the capacity, we have fitted 26 carry-on bags in models, the 2020 Mercedes GLE450 and the 2019 BMW X5.
Infotainment and Connectivity
As you may have guessed, the J-Pace is likely to feature a touchscreen-rich interior, featuring multiple screens that cover infotainment and the vehicle’s setting, climate control and many more. The known as InControl Touch Pro Duo system is now available in a majority of the in the Jaguar as well as Land Rover lineups and while it looks sleek, its functionality is frequently sluggish and slow. Navigation, SiriusXM satellite radio, WiFi hotspots and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration are likely to be standard equipment.