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The upcoming Jaguar F-Pace crossover has been teased in a new video from the British luxury marque.

In the teaser, Ian Callum, Jaguar Land Rover’s chief designer, is seen sketching the outline of a Jaguar SUV. After a look at the C-X17 concept car, which debuted back in 2013, we’re finally given a look at the F-Pace’s head- and tail-light graphics.

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At the front, top-spec F-Pace models will feature two clusters of LED lights within a slimline headlight casing. While at the rear, the the F-Pace will feature tail-lights that aren’t all together too different from those used in the F-Type, XE and XF.

As earlier spy photos have shown, the F-Pace will look remarkably similar to the C-X17 concept car. Some of the concept’s flair details, like the thick spears of chrome and thin wing mirrors, will be ditched in the transition to production.
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The interior of the production crossover will be massively toned from the one used in the concept vehicle, though, as the F-Pace’s interior seems to be lifted almost entirely straight out of the XF sedan.

Under the skin, the F-Pace will use the aluminium intensive rear- and all-wheel drive platform that underpins the 3 Series-rivalling XE and the larger XF.

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Base models, we believe, will use the company’s Ingenium turbocharged four-cylinder engines, while higher spec models will employ a version of Jaguar’s supercharged 3.0-litre V6.

The Jaguar F-Pace will make its debut at the Frankfurt motor show, which begins in the middle of September.




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