Jaguar's 2021 Lineup Has A Brand New Look

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A wagon and a sedan fade away.

The 2021 Jaguar XF sedan and 2021 Jaguar F-Pace SUV just debuted, wearing a facelift for the new model year. Along with the visual updates, both models receive extensive tech upgrades inside and new engines under the hood. But the latest additions to Jaguar's 2021 lineup do not come without sacrifices. Jaguar just announced its entire 2021 roster and omitted two vehicles from this year's lineup: the XF Sportbrake and the XE sedan are dead in the United States.

The 2021 Jaguar E-Pace SUV acts as its new entry point and will receive updates and official pricing in a future product announcement. The all-electric 2021 I-Pace will also benefit from a new infotainment system, and pricing will come shortly. As for the 2021 F-Type sports car, facelifted XF sedan, and F-Pace SUV, those now have official pricing figures.

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Pricing for the F-Pace starts at $49,995 for the P250 model, which uses a 246-horsepower four-cylinder engine. The nicer P250 S model costs $53,895. If you want the new 3.0-liter twin-charged mild-hybrid inline-six engine, expect to pay $59,395 for the P340 S with 335 hp, or $65,200 for the P400 R-Dynamic S with 395 hp.

The XF is now Jaguar's entry-level sedan, so the company significantly lowered pricing compared to last year. The car now starts at $43,995 for the 246-hp P250 S model with the four-cylinder engine, far lower than the previous base price of $51,100. The nicer P250 SE trim costs $47,095, and Jaguar will also offer a more powerful four-cylinder model called the P300 R-Dynamic SE, which bumps the output to 296 hp for $49,995.

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"The 2021 model year lineup, with three SUVs, a sports car and a competitively priced luxury sedan, continues the evolution of Jaguar to specifically meet the US market requirements, which today is made up of 66 percent SUV buyers in the luxury segment," said Joe Eberhardt, President and CEO, Jaguar Land Rover North America. "But the biggest impacts on the product portfolio are the technology and interior design changes made across the lineup. These updates, and the repositioning of the Jaguar XF, will help our retailers grow our business in all segments."

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