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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-28-2019, 10:42 AM Thread Starter
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Jaguar J Pace coming in 2021

The C Pace will be among many new crossovers expected to join JLR's lineup over the next few years A bunch of sites claim that this new SUV will arrive with a few different forms of electrification including hybrid, plug in hybrid and a fully electric version. It will ride on an all new platform based around the MLA. https://www.autoevolution.com/news/j...on-133243.html
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Do you think we'll see both a coupe and regular version of the J-Pace as we're seeing with its Cayenne rival? That German product leads the segment and acts as a benchmark for Jag.
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Are all these new coupe variants of flagship SUV's actually selling? Seems counter intuitive to buy something that should bring additional utility and sacrifice headroom and trunk space just for styling.
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Are all these new coupe variants of flagship SUV's actually selling? Seems counter intuitive to buy something that should bring additional utility and sacrifice headroom and trunk space just for styling.
Range Rover is releasing a flagship SUV with coupe styling and Audi sort of did it with the Q8.
I think there's a market for them, even as another option and not the only option, especially with higher end marques like Jaguar.
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Porsche just announced a new coupe variant of the Cayenne that set to hit dealerships in May. BMW may have started all this with the X6, but its an option from almost every automaker nowadays.
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If you wanted something that was more sporty to drive I don't know why you wouldn't just get a sedan/estate instead. People must be really set on the increased ride height and added visibility provided by crossovers.
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If you wanted something that was more sporty to drive I don't know why you wouldn't just get a sedan/estate instead. People must be really set on the increased ride height and added visibility provided by crossovers.
Most SUV's and Crossovers these days are sporty. They're on car-based platforms. So the potential is there.

Jaguar being new to SUV's means supplying general models. We'll have to keep waiting for hot versions but they're bound to happen.
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Most SUV's and Crossovers these days are sporty. They're on car-based platforms. So the potential is there.

Jaguar being new to SUV's means supplying general models. We'll have to keep waiting for hot versions but they're bound to happen.
Now that Jaguar is shifting over to electric powertrains my concern is how they deal with that excessive weight on some already heavy vehicles.
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The Evoque's move away from steel and to lighter material, along with other JLR products, was a clear indication they're going lighter.

I'm more concerned about performance. Are EV's going to be just as fun?
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The Evoque's move away from steel and to lighter material, along with other JLR products, was a clear indication they're going lighter.

I'm more concerned about performance. Are EV's going to be just as fun?
If you don't mind the lack of character they have unlike an ICE engine vehicle, then you'll be happy to make the switch.
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