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Jaguar's Plans for a J-Pace Flagship SUV are Taking Shape as Ian Callum Takes Aim at the Porsche Cayenne and Mercedes GLS

Jaguar’s Plans for a J-Pace Flagship SUV are Taking Shape as Ian Callum Takes Aim at the Porsche Cayenne and Mercedes GLS

If it happens, the so-called J-Pace will sit above the F-Pace in Jag’s SUV pecking order

Jaguar’s plan to launch a bigger SUV to sit above the F-Pace is taking shape. A new report from Autocar reveals that there’s more to the rumor than what we previously thought. Apparently, the model already has a yet-to-be-confirmed name — J-Pace — and a tentative launch timetable of 2021. Once it’s out, the model is expected to sit above the F-Pace and serve as Jag’s flagship SUV.

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Jaguar Looking Into Two Crossovers by 2020

Jaguar Looking Into Two Crossovers by 2020

Jaguar may have two more crossovers hitting the market by 2020. These two crossovers will flank the upcoming F-Pace in size – one smaller and one larger.

The larger of the two will be the J-Pace, which will take aim at the Audi Q8, BMW X7, and the Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class. This larger, seven-seat crossover will use the same aluminum architecture as the updated Land Rover Range Rover. The J-Pace should also use the same engines as the Range Rover, meaning a series of V-6 and V-8 engines in various states of tune, plus a plug-in hybrid version.

The E-Pace will likely takes most of its bones from the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque and 2016 Discovery Sport. This means that the E-Pace will ride on the D8 architecture, making it a very scalable model in terms of size and drivetrains.

The report from Automobile Magazine speculates that this D8 architecture may make the E-Pace too similar to both the Disco Sport and the Evoque, so it may scale it down even further to compete with the likes of the BMW X1 and Mercedes-Benz GLA.

Continue reading to learn more about these two SUVs.

Note: 2016 F-Pace Rendering pictured here.

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