Jaguar has announced updates to the 2021 F-Pace range with the SUV getting a revised exterior and interior along with new engine options.
Externally, the updated F-Pace is distinguished by a new bonnet design, super-slim all-LED quad headlights, a new grille, and new rear lights and bumper.
The interior has been dialled up with the headline act being the inclusion of Jaguar’s latest Pivi Pro dual-sim infotainment set-up accessed through an all-new 11.4-inch HD curved glass touchscreen. The system includes navigation, embedded Spotify, 4G connectivity, and two LTE modems, along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Like other updated JLR models, the F-Pace is now compatible with Software-Over-The-Air to keep the car up-to-date.
Further interior changes include a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, a new steering wheel, redesigned seats, new door cards featuring a 360-degree grab handle, additional soft-touch materials, and a new cabin air ionisation system which removes allergens and odours thanks to its PM2.5 filtration.
Safety also gets a boost with adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, a rear collision monitor, rear traffic monitor, traffic sign recognition and an adaptive speed limiter now included as standard across the range.
Jaguar is sticking true to form and has reduced the number of models to five with a choice of R-Dynamic S, R-Dynamic SE and R-Dynamic HSE trim levels.
Three engine choices are available consisting of two petrol units and one diesel. The range opens with the P250 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine that produces 183kW and 365Nm. Jaguar says it allows the F-Pace to dash from 0-100km/h in 7.3 seconds while sipping 9.3L/100km on the combined cycle.
Range-topping variants will get the P400 3.0-litre inline six-cylinder turbo-petrol engine with 48V mild-hybrid tech to develop 294kW and 550Nm. The extra power cuts the 0-100km/h time to 5.4 seconds while raising the combined consumption figure to 9.8L/100km.
The D300 3.0-litre inline six-cylinder turbo-diesel is only available in the SE grade and offers 221kW and 650Nm. It’s enough for a 6.4-second dash to triple figures with consumption of 7.4L/100km.
Every engine option is matched with an eight-speed automatic transmission that sends the torque to a rear-biased all-wheel drive system.
Jaguar is yet to announce updates for the SVR performance version of the F-Pace.
The updated F-Pace range is available to order now priced from $74,990 plus on-road costs.
2021 Jaguar F-Pace pricing (excludes on-road costs):
R-Dynamic S P250 – $74,990
R-Dynamic SE P250 – $79,600
R-Dynamic SE D300 – $94,940
R-Dynamic SE P400 – $97,400
R-Dynamic HSE P400 – $109,150
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