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Coscharis Motors Introduces First Ever Jaguar SUV

[dropcap]J[/dropcap]aguar’s first ever family Sports Utility Vehicle, F-Pace, will be officially unveiled in Nigeria by Coscharis Motors on the 21st of July, 2016 at Eko Hotel & Suites in Lagos. The unveiling will be in partnership with Tech+ during an exclusive dinner opening ceremony for event partners.

Currently, the F Pace has become the manufacturer’s fastest-selling vehicle. In the first 10 months, more than 14,000 orders have been placed, with all 2,000 First Edition vehicles already sold out. The Jaguar F-PACE is Jaguar’s first performance crossover and its lightweight body structure comprises of 80 per cent aluminium. It is the only aluminium-intensive design in its sector and is manufactured at Jaguar Land Rover’s Solihull Plant in the UK.


According to the Coscharis Jaguar Land Rover’s Marketing Manager, Aregbeshola Cletus, Coscharis Motors will unveil the F-PACE to customers and the motoring press with a follow up test drive plan which has been scheduled for the last week of July, especially for customers who would have indicated interest during the launch.

jag-f-pace-rt-2016-325F-PACE is the third vehicle built from Jaguar’s Advanced Lightweight Aluminium Architecture and Jaguar’s Performance SUV which is a breakthrough, transformational product for the brand. Combining an optimum blend of Performance, Seduction and Practicality, F-PACE will be the Ultimate Practical Sports Car, competing directly alongside the Porsche Macan and BMW X4.

“The All-New F-PACE is a Jaguar that customers around the world demanded that we make. The targets we set are among the most challenging we’ve ever had to deliver, but I’m proud to say that the All-New F-PACE meets or exceeds every one of them,” Kevin Stride, the Vehicle Line Director, Jaguar F-PACE says, and concluded in his modesty that,“This, F-PACE Jaguar is a performance SUV with outstanding dynamics yet.

“It also delivers a smooth and quiet ride. The F-TYPE-inspired design combines dramatic looks with a spacious interior and an exceptionally large luggage compartment. Together with our All-New infotainment system, our most advanced all-wheel drive system and an outstanding range of active safety technologies, the All-New F-PACE makes every journey a better, more rewarding experience.”

Targeted at the emerging and fast evolving segment of medium premium SUV’s and crossovers, the fastest growing segment in the industry, F-PACE will attract new customers to the Brand: younger people, especially females and families, with an active lifestyle. 94% of customers are expected to come from other brands. The F-Pace is built to strongly appeal to customers in key emerging markets.

Coscharis Motors has the sole franchise for Jaguar Land Rover brands in Nigeria with sales and service networks across major cities including Lagos Abuja, Port Harcourt, Uyo and Kano.

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