2016 Jaguar F-Pace, Alfa Romeo Giulia SUV or Bentley Bentayga?

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The Jaguar F-Pace has been dubbed to be the most important car of 2016, but what about the hot QV model Alfa Romeo Giulia and the (still horrendously looking) Bentley Bentayga? Which of these could be crowned the winner in the specs category?

First and foremost, the F-Pace can be considerably compared with some larger SUVs, in terms of legroom; it’s pretty spacious. It’s also equipped with a generous 650-litre boot, which increases to 1740 litres with the rear seats folded down, though customers are actually able to request a full-sized spare wheel stored under the boot floor. Also worth mentioning is that the F-Pace comes in four different trim levels; each of which are very well-equipped, even if it means it’s the entry level Prestige.

As for the Alfa Romeo Giulia, though it hasn’t been placed with a price tag yet, we’ll also have to wait until next year to be able to find out the finalized specs. In particular, for the diesel and lesser petrol models. Apart from that, we’ve actually heard that the hot QV version will cost from £53,000 in Germany, so you’ll have to do the math. And a lightweight version, with carbon fibre roof and bonnet, ceramic brakes and racing seats would be expected to cost around £66,000.

Lastly, the Bentley Bentayga (have we ever mentioned it’s really horribly looking?) is powered by a 6.0-litre W12, twin turbocharged engine, which houses 600 horsepower and 900Nm of torque. It could go from a standstill to 60mph in a claimed 4.0seconds and a surreal top speed of 187mph. Definitely not what most people would be expecting from this SUV with a weird-looking grille that just simply doesn’t match the front of the car (see picture above for validation).

There you have it; three different cars that are expected to arrive in showrooms real soon. Which one of these is your favourite?

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