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What's new for Jaguar in 2021

What’s Coming in 2021 from Jaguar

Whilst we may have gone through a decent chunk of the year and Jaguar have had their share of unveiling news of their plans for 2021 but there is much more expected to be revealed. So, what else can you expect from Jaguar in 2021?

Plug in Hybrid Options

With the demand for electric cars slowly rising, Jaguar has also increased availability of electric hybrids to the current fleet of vehicles. An event has recently showcased this in Bedfordshire, added models were the Jaguar E-Pace and Jaguar F-Pace which are available in plugin hybrid models. To round it off, the Jaguar I-Pace, which is available as a fully electric model, other Land Rover Model were added as plugin hybrids.

All Electric by 2025

It is predicted, as we go further into the future, with populations and congestion rising, self-driving transport may be the way forward. A concept that is already being tested by many manufacturers already and Jaguar Land Rover are there to join slow-growing clique. Dubbed as the Project Vector by the British automakers, it aims to have self-driving electric battery shuttles that can be purchased as fleets to implement in cities to deliver both goods and passengers. The Project Vector is set to be put to the test late 2021 in the United Kingdom.

Self-driving Shuttle Concept

In addition to their all electric by 2025 news, Jaguar are taking their turn in Self-driving vehicles. A concept that is already being tested by many manufacturers already and Jaguar Land Rover are there to join slow-growing clique. Dubbed as the Project Vector by the British automakers it aims to have self-driving electric battery shuttles that can be purchased as fleets to implement in cities to deliver both goods and passengers. The Project Vector is set to be put to the test late 2021 in the United Kingdom.

XF Get an Upgrade

The new Jaguar XF will be giving its German counterparts a run for their money with its new upgrade. The new model has a completely reworked dashboard panel. Gear shift has moved from the old retractable gear shifter and replaced by an electronic shifter. Other new features include an 11.4 inch touchscreen control that is thoughtfully designed for the user, and much needed space added for the passengers. To add to this, a new inline-six engine that puts it up there to complete with the likes of BMW 530i, Volvo S90, Mercedes Benz E-class, and Audi A6, which all models that tend to cost more than the XF. Certainly, one to keep an eye out for this year as this car doesn’t over complicate but merely goes about its business keeping its owner satisfied with their investment.

Quick Introduction to the all-new F-Pace

Jaguar XF was not the only car to get an upgrade in 2021. The latest iteration of the F-Pace also has a few new upgrades that could catch your eye. The flagship SUV boasts a R-Dynamic trim that can be added on as an extra spec. This adds a sleeker style to the SUV giving it a more sporty and performative design. Another new design feature includes an enlarged grill and the Jaguar logo that features diamond detailing. The interior also boasts the same 11.4 inch curved touch screen panel as the XF model using the latest Pivi Pro infotainment system.

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