Jaguar Land Rover unveils latest vehicles

ANGELA CHISHIMBA, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
JAGUAR Land Rover has unveiled its latest performance SUV vehicle, Jaguar F-PACE, onto the sub-Sahara African markets.
Jaguar Land Rover South Africa public relations manager Nicola Clarke disclosed this in a press statement released to journalists drawn from the Southern African region, who attended the media launch last week.
The vehicle is designed and engineered to offer agility, responsiveness and refinement that all Jaguars are renowned for, and combines with dynamics with everyday versatility.
“The SUV has been developed using Jaguar’s lightweight aluminium architecture. The All-New F-PACE combines purity of line, surface and proportion with F-TYPE-inspired features such as the powerful rear haunches, fender vents, and distinctive tail light graphics, Mrs Clarke said.
“By remaining absolutely true to our design principles, the All-New F-PACE is immediately recognisable as a Jaguar,” says Jaguar director of design Ian Callum.
“It offers all of the interior space you would expect – and more – but because of our disciplined approach to surfaces, proportions, and purity of line, we have designed what I consider to be the most balanced, most attractive vehicle in its class,” Mr Callum said.
Some of the features on the vehicle include a spacious interior and large luggage compartment as well as a new infotainment system, and an advanced all-wheel drive (AWD) system, as well as a range of active safety technologies.
The adaptive surface response, developed from Land Rover’s patented terrain response technology, makes the AWD system even more effective in challenging conditions such as those found in the Southern African region.
The F-PACE also brings the world debut of Jaguar’s water and shock-proof activity key which is in form of a wristband with an integrated transponder.
President Lungu recently unveiled the new Jaguar F-Pace at the official opening of the Jaguar Land Rover showroom located on Great East Road.
The SUV is fetching US$147,000 in Zambia.

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