Jaguar launches made-in-india F-PACE at ₹60 lakh

2019 Jaguar F Pace SVR spy shots- Image via S. Baldauf  SB-Medien

Jaguar launches made-in-india F-PACE at ₹60 lakh

The 2018 Model Year F-PACE is the sixth model from Jaguar Land Rover product portfolio to be locally manufactured at the company's plant in Pune, Jaguar Land Rover India said in a statement. This means there has been a whopping drop in the price of the SUV, which was initially launched for Rs 74.50 lakh in October 2016.

The F-Pace 20d uses JLR's 2.0-litre, four-cylinder Ingenium diesel engine that makes 180hp and has a torque rating of 430Nm. It also comes with a range of exciting features including adaptive LED headlights, activity key, Wi-Fi hotspot and pro services and 10.2-inch touchscreen. With premium features such as Rear Recline Seats, Four-Zone Climate Control, 380 W Meridian Sound System and Configurable interior mood lighting (with 10 colours), it is bound to give users comfort and leisure.

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Underpinning an all-new Lightweight Aluminum Architecture (LAA) platform, the F-Pace measures 4,731mm in length, 2,175mm in width and 1,651mm in height.

Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover today announced the launch of Jaguar's locally- manufactured first performance SUV, the F-PACE, in India priced at Rs 60.02 lakh.

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The company has commenced local assembly for only the 2018 model year 20d AWD Prestige trim, which is the only variant of the SUV on sale at present.

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