In a nutshell: Jaguar F-Pace
- Facelifted new Jaguar F-Pace revealed, with prices from £40,860.
- There’s a new exterior design, an all-new interior, advanced connectivity and efficient electrified powertrain capability for the first time.
- New ‘bulging’ bonnet design, super-slim all-LED quad headlights, new grille, and new rear lights and bumper for a more assertive presence.
- Gains Jaguar Land Rover’s ‘Pivi Pro’ dual-sim infotainment system accessed through an all-new 11.4-inch HD curved glass touchscreen.
Sharper lines, a bulging new bonnet and electrified engines for the first time: say hello to the facelifted new Jaguar F-PACE.
It’s sold in big numbers ever since - and the latest version is likely to continue that trend.
There are significant styling revisions to give the F-PACE a more aggressive, imposing stance.
There are also big improvements to the tech levels, not least the infotainment system.
And with both mild-hybrid and plug-in hybrid power added to the choice of engines for the very first time, the F-PACE is now bang on trend and bearing down on its rivals.
So let’s start with the exterior.
Jaguar says the fresh ‘sculpted bonnet’ has a ‘wider power bulge’ and smoother, more precisely defined surfaces, while the front grille has also grown.
There are new super slim, all-LED quad headlights as standard, which are available with optional Pixel LED technology.
There’s also a new rear bumper and sculpted tailgate.
Step inside the cabin and you’re greeted with better levels of luxury, connectivity and practicality. A new centre console can incorporate an optional wireless charger and greater console stowage.
But besides the way it looks, perhaps the biggest improvement to the F-PACE is in the electrification of the engines.
Here a 2.0 litre petrol engine is married to a 105kW electric motor to produce power of 404 PS. Jaguar claims fuel economy of up to 130.2mpg as well as a 0-60mph time of just 5.0 seconds.
When fully charged, the new P400e is capable of up to 33 miles of all-electric driving. And when plugged into a domestic 7kW wall box, you can get the battery up to 80 per cent charge in as little as one hour 40 minutes.
As well as the plug-in hybrid, mild-hybrid power has been added to all three diesel engines available, as well as to a 3.0 litre petrol mill with 400 PS on tap.
All engines are bolted to an 8-speed auto transmission with all-wheel drive.
The new F-PACE also benefits from a selection of advanced driver assistance technology, including Clear Exit Monitor to warn you of approaching cars or cyclists, Adaptive Cruise Control, and 3D Surround Camera technology.
There’s also a good range of trim levels, from the base ‘S’ up to ‘HSE R-Dynamic’, which will set you back £64,490 for the PHEV version.
Julian Thomson, Jaguar Design Director, comments: “The new F-PACE is dynamic and assertive with an elegant stance on the road – it represents a significant development of Jaguar design language."
“The heightened luxury and attention to detail inside the F-PACE with seamlessly integrated state-of-the-art technologies ensure both driver and passengers feel a real sense of occasion whenever they get in the vehicle.”
The updated F-Pace is on sale now; and will be available on our Jaguar F-Pace lease page soon.
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