Two new Jaguar F-Pace models added to the range
New Sport petrol and diesel models slot in beneath the SVR, and Amazon Alexa is to be added across the F-Pace range.
- Diesel and petrol Sport from £62,250
- Full integration with Amazon Alexa
- New styling features
Jaguar has announced two new F-Pace models: a 300 Sport fitted with a six-cylinder diesel engine and the 400 Sport equipped with a six-cylinder petrol unit. Both feature mild-hybrid technology and will be equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.
Standard equipment on both new Sport models will include 16-way heated and ventilated memory seats and a fixed glass panoramic roof. A choice of 30 colour variations will be available for Sport model interiors and an ebony suede cloth headliner will be standard fit on both models.
New darker styling features will distinguish the Sport trim from other F-Pace models. Both 300 and 400 Sport will be fitted with a black pack and rear privacy glass, and 21-inch gloss black wheels match gloss black roof rails to give the car a purposeful character. Larger, 22-inch wheels will be available as an option in a choice of black or silver.
The newest additions to the F-Pace line up sit just below the flagship 5.0-litre V8 SVR. Jaguar claims 38.2mpg for the six-cylinder diesel 300 Sport model. The six cylinder diesel in the 300 Sport model is the cheaper of the two, with prices starting at £62,250 while the six-cylinder petrol 400 Sport will begin at £68,520.
Jaguar is also adding voice activation via Amazon Alexa to the entire F-Pace range, allowing drivers to control navigation and music as well as integrated home smart systems. An enhanced infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will be standard-fit on the new Sport models.
The car maker will offer owners of existing F-Pace models with Pivi Pro infotainment – estimated to be 55,000 vehicles – an over-the-air update to add Alexa to their vehicle. This will be provided as a renewable annual subscription.
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