The F-Pace Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show has been dubbed the "ultimate practical sports car", which embodies the spirit of the iconic British luxury car brand with modern technology.

It made its entry at the show with a spectacular 'Guinness Book of Records' breaking drive around a 19.1-metre-high loop driven in a daring stunt by racing driver Terry Grant.
The F-Pace SUV is expected to hit the roads in Europe and the US in a phased rollout by early next year, with an Indian launch expected in the latter half of 2016.
"There is a growing crossover segment in India to which this car will most certainly appeal. We are yet to look into the pricing, which is always a challenge in the Indian market," said Rohit Suri, JLR India president and managing director.
The starting prices for the US are USD 40,990, the UK as 34,170 pounds and Germany 42,390 Euro, which the company claims is "fabulous value for a game changing product which will redefine the segment".
The cars will be produced at JLR's 500-million pounds Solihull factory in the UK using new architecture which is more aluminium based, giving it a revolutionary light weight appeal.