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Upcoming Jaguar Cars in India

Waiting to find out what the car manufacturers are bringing to India? Well, you can find the complete list of upcoming cars in India on and get details including the tentative launch date, expected price and engine specifications. With new models, facelift versions and new variants launching every month, the collation of upcoming models provide an insight into the cars that will be launched soon across segments. The team has compiled an upcoming cars in India in 2019 and 2020 which will help in knowing whether your favourite car is coming to India. Users can receive a notification for a newly launched car by availing the ‘alert when launch’ service.

  • Nov 2019
  • New Jaguar XE

    Expected Price: ₹ 42 - 45 Lakh
    Sedan, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The 2020 Jaguar XE facelift sports visual upgrades to the model, which Jaguar says gives the it a wider and lower appearance with "muscular forms eluding to the car's performance and advanced aerodynamics." The styling changes aren't extensive but have been tastefully done inspired from the F-Type and E-Pace models in the automaker's line-up. Up front, it gets revised grille and headlamps are now 12 mm slimmer and get the new J-blade LED daytime running lights that is now standard on all Jag models.

  • Sep 2020
  • Jaguar I-Pace

    Expected Price: ₹ 51 - 53 Lakh
    Sedan, Electric
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    Overview :

    Jaguar is all set to launch its all electric vehicle the I-Pace in India and it will come here by the end of 2020. While Jaguar Land Rover had earlier stated that the I-Pace will not come to India, the company has now chalked out a plan for its hybrid electric and all electric cars for the country. It was in March last year, that the company revealed the I-Pace and according to the company, it has been developed using physics. The company has taken 4 years to build the car from the concept stage to the production version. Unlike other Jaguar cars, this one does not get a long bonnet and that's because there is no internal combustion engine. In fact, the shorter bonnet helps in improving aerodynamics.  

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Disclaimer: The prices given are expected Ex-Showroom price(Delhi) and does not include tax, registration, insurance, cost of accessories etc