Jaguar is planning to fit a more powerful engine under the hood of their 2017 Jaguar F-Pace. The vehicle will be fitted with a 3.0 liter supercharged V6 engine that will be delivering more power than ever before. Having a powerful engine like that will help improve the overall performance of the vehicle, but the comfort level of the vehicle might not be satisfactory. To address this issue, Jaguar will be working to try and reduce engine noise.
Jaguar will also be working to give the Jaguar F-Pace a new design. They are not going to give it the floating roof design.
The F-Pace S snags not only the 380-hp, supercharged V-6 from the F-Type but also the driveline from the all-wheel-drive version of the sports car. That high-torque, on-demand, all-wheel drive is nice tech that includes Intelligent Driveline Dynamics (IDD), a sensor Jaguar debuted on the F-Type and developed in house to predict where to send power by using yaw rate, lateral acceleration, and steering wheel angle. As we talk to Glen Longbottom, the man in charge of F-Pace’s off-road capabilities, we better understand why a high-riding crossover should get such a high-performance system.