New F-Pace is prepared for the extreme
The UK is known for its unpredictable weather, which can change from sunshine to snow in a matter of hours. This can cause all sorts of problems on the roads leading to people missing work or getting stuck in their homes.
To prevent this from happening, the F-Pace range is fitted with All Surface Progress Control (ASPC), which makes driving over any surface at any incline, or decline, an easy procedure. The system engages a low speed cruise control, which helps the driver to maintain optimum traction during difficult driving conditions. The same system is used in the new Range Rover Sport and Evoque.
Under the bonnet you can choose between Jaguar’s refined, efficient diesel or petrol engines, including the new Ingenium diesel range. All engines are fitted with Stop/Start technology and smart regenerative charging. This maximises economy ensuring that, no matter where you are in the world, fuel stops will be kept to a minimum.
The F-Pace’s is built using lightweight aluminium, which is incredibly strong, reducing the overall weight of the car. It also offers additional protection for passengers in the event of a collision. The weight is distributed 50:50, which means it even performs like a sports car.
To make sure the F-Pace is fully prepared for the most extreme weather it has been sent to Arjeplg, Sweden, where temperatures can plummet to -40 degrees Celsius and in Dubai, UAE, where they can reach highs of 50 degrees Celsius. The F-Pace excelled at both temperatures.
Endless time and research has been put into the development of the F-Pace, enabling it to handle the toughest of conditions. Can anything defeat this car? We don’t think so.