Jaguar has given its f-pace SUV a “middle age” Update – a redesigned look, new engine options and new connectivity options. The 2021 f-pace is promised to provide consumers with more luxury and higher efficiency, and through the new mild hybrid and plug-in hybrid system options, Jaguar will incorporate electrification into it. < / P > < p > the grille, bumper and air intakes of the new f-pace seem to be larger and wider. The new ultra-thin LED headlights are also adjusted to automatically adapt to the road and traffic conditions ahead. At the rear of the car, you can see that the lights are designed to look more slender, along with a redesigned bumper and tailboard, which makes up a “more confident look.”. < / P > < p > the interior design is also brand new, with a 1.4-inch curved touch screen in the middle replacing the original 10 inch screen, which is said to be four times brighter. The new screen will serve the new pivi Pro infotainment system, which is powered by a pair of airborne LTE modems and can be started instantly. < / P > < p > in the 2.0L and 3.0L turbocharged gasoline and diesel engine versions, consumers still have a choice of hybrid power system except for mileage top diesel and low-end gasoline models. The plug-in hybrid version is only open to gasoline vehicles with mileage top. Its 17.1kwh battery can bring 33 miles (53 km) of electric range. In terms of charging, it can charge 80% of the electricity with household electricity in 40 minutes or 32 kW DC in 30 minutes. < / P > < p > all models are equipped with eight speed automatic transmission and all wheel drive, but Jaguar also has an r-dynamic specification to choose from, which will bring a performance inspired look. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen