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Jaguar F-Pace review - design

Jaguar’s design language has been adapted to the F-Pace’s SUV shape well. What’s more, this is one Jaguar you can tell apart from the other in the range

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  • An involving drive, and not just for an SUV
  • Most powerful engine is slightly lacklustre

It could just be that the F-Pace is new, and it’s quite a rare sight in the UK, but it attracts a lot of attention on the road. During our test people stared, took pictures and asked plenty of questions anytime we were parked. Which is good news for Jaguar dealers.

To our eyes it’s an elegant looking car, and although the 22-inch wheels might seem ludicrously big in concept, they really suit the F-Pace. Jaguar's design language has been adapted well, and it fits within the current range while still looking far more individual than Jaguars current saloon models.

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