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Jaguar News: Rumorpile: Jaguar F-Pace To Be First In A Crossover Family

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The Jaguar F-Pace is the first of a new crossover lineup that the British automaker is working on. Autocar has learned from sources that Jaguar is planning a lineup of crossovers that will include coupe-style versions and one that will be around the size of a MINI Countryman.

 

One model that will not be part of this lineup will be a seven-seat crossover. Despite earlier rumors which said there was one the in the works, sources say the seven-seat model wouldn't fit the performance image that Jaguar is trying to create with the upcoming F-Pace crossover.

 

Also in the cards is an all-electric crossover.

 

It is expected that all of the crossovers will use 'Pace' in their names. No word when we'll be seeing these crossovers on the road.

 

Source: Autocar


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