Το SUV μας για επιδόσεις και πολυτέλεια συνδυάζει τη σπορ συμπεριφορά και τη συγκλονιστική εμφάνιση με την καθημερινή ευχρηστία και την οικονομία.


Από 5.5* L/100KM CO2Μόλις 72* g/km tt5 θέσεις 650 λίτρα

†Κάτω από το ράφι αντικειμένων και όταν υπάρχει το σύστημα επισκευής ελαστικών. 508 λίτρα με ρεζέρβα εξοικονόμησης χώρου. 463 λίτρα με ρεζέρβα εξοικονόμησης χώρου πλήρους μεγέθους. ‡Δείτε τα στοιχεία WLTP.

Το ολοκαίνουριο E‑PACE είναι το πρώτο compact SUV της Jaguar. Είναι ένας μοναδικός συνδυασμός εμφάνισης, ευελιξίας και δυναμικής οδήγησης.


Από 5.4* l/100km CO2Μόλις 71* g/km tt5 θέσεις 770 λίτρα

†When tyre repair system is fitted. 484 litres with space saver spare wheel. ‡Δείτε τα στοιχεία WLTP.

Παρουσίαση του πρώτου ηλεκτρικού SUV υψηλών επιδόσεων της Jaguar.


CO2Μόλις 71* g/km 5 θέσεις

†WLTP (Worldwide harmonised Light vehicle Test Procedure) is the new process that has been phased in from 2017, which measures fuel, energy consumption, range and emissions in passenger vehicles in Europe. This is designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. It tests vehicles with optional equipment and with a more demanding test procedure and driving profile. *When Active Air Suspension is fitted.

Ισχυρή, ευέλικτη και απόλυτα μοναδική. Μια πραγματική σπορ Jaguar.


Από 7.9* l/100km CO2Μόλις 71* g/km 2 θέσεις 408 λίτρα

*The top speed of F‑TYPE SVR is reduced to 300km/h when fitted with the deployable rear spoiler.

Το πιο προηγμένο, οικονομικό και εκλεπτυσμένο σπορ σεντάν που έχει παράξει ποτέ η Jaguar.


CO2Μόλις 72* g/km tt5 θέσεις 455 λίτρα

Ανακαλύψτε ασυνήθιστη πολυτέλεια.


Από 4.9* L/100KM CO2Μόλις 72* g/km tt5 θέσεις 540 λίτρα

Ανακαλύψτε ασυνήθιστη πολυτέλεια.


Από 7.0* L/100KM CO2Μόλις 72* g/km tt5 θέσεις 478 λίτρα

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