Jaguar F-Pace review: Outpacing its SUV rivals?

Ten years ago, the concept of a Jaguar SUV would have been laughable. Since the brand twinned with Land Rover there was logic in the argument that Jag did the pretty saloons and coupes, while Land Rover did the off-road practical stuff. But the SUV market is the fastest growing in the car world, so big that for Jaguar to thrive it needs SUVs. Its answer? The F-Pace.

We drove the car on the roads of the Balkans at its launch, but there’s no substitute for getting under the skin of a car than spending time with it closer to home, and putting it through its paces on UK roads.

Jaguar’s design has undergone a significant overhaul under the direction of Ian Callum, the man who led the teams that developed the F-Type, XE and XF. It’s a quiet, elegant and very refined design language and, if anything, Jaguar’s DNA transfers to an SUV better than even its biggest fans might have imagined.

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