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What’s Coming From Jaguar in 2022

Jaguar is a distinguished automobile maker with their history spanning over decades. Known for building eye-catching powerful cars, whether that’s their sedan models or SUVs, Jaguar are experts in what they do. 2022 brings a smaller product catalogue for Jaguar compared to previous years and this is due to the discontinuation of the XE model. This year also brings some changes to the current models that are in the market right now.

Jaguar I-Pace

Last year, Jaguar skipped the 2021 model of their all-electric vehicle, however, the 2022 model will be brought in with some noteworthy changes. The most important change would be an update to the car’s onboard charging system, which now holds 11kW instead of the previous 7kW. This allows the vehicle to charge at a faster rate at home. Jaguar has also announced they have reduced charging time from 12.6 hours to 8.6 hours. The 2022 model also has an added no-cost 4G LTE data plan, wireless smartphone charger, and a surround-view camera system.

Jaguar F-Type

The F-Type remains Jaguar’s sports car and this is evident by them equipping the entire line up with a supercharged V8 engine. The 2022 base model is the F-Type P450, which comes with the mentioned supercharged V8 engine giving the car 444 horsepower. This model comes in both rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive being able to hit 0-60 mph within 4.4 seconds. Furthermore, the F-Type R can produce up 575 horsepower and can propel 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds, featuring an electronically limited top speed of 186 mph.

Other Models

In 2021, Jaguar made sweeping changes to their E-Pace model where they armed it with a new front fascia and lighting, changes to the touchscreen, and reworked the infotainment software. Therefore, this model hasn’t had the need for any changes in the upcoming year. Similarly, the E-Pace model also had significant changes in 2021. The updates to this model included modified exterior styling, new technology within the car system, and a new infotainment. This model still boasts the turbocharged 2.0 litre 4-cylinder engine with 246 horsepower and upgraded versions of this model can go up to a supercharged V8 with 542 horsepower.

The XF model remains as the only sedan in the Jaguar line up, due to the discontinuation of the XE model. Despite this, this model comes into the new year untouched from the year before. This vehicle comes with two versions of Jaguar’s turbocharged 2.0 litre 4-cylinder engine and can be bought in an 8-speed automatic transmission, with rear-wheel-drive being the standard but is also available in all-wheel-drive.

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