Jaguar F-Pace (2016–)
- September 2015: Jaguar F-Pace unveiled
- April 2016: Jaguar F-Pace prices announced
- February 2017: New petrol engine range announced for Jaguar F-Pace.
- June 2017: New 300PS 2.0-litre petrol added
- March 2018: F-Pace SVR revealed
- January 2019: Black Edition announced
Jaguar F-Pace unveiled
The new Jaguar F-Pace comes with Ingenium 2.0 litre petrol diesel or petrol engines, rear wheel drive or four wheel drive, manual or 8-speed ZF automatic transmissions: or 3.0 litre V6 petrol or diesel engines with automatic transmissions and four wheel drive only.
Wheel and tyre sizes are: 18-inch with 255/60 R18 tyres; 19-inch with 255/50 R19 tyres; 20-inch with 255/50 R20 tyres and 22-inch with 265/40 R22 tyres. (Michelin Cross Climate tyres in 255/60 R18 and 255/55 ZR19 have been available since 2016. https://www.michelin.co.uk/auto/browse-tyres/by-vehicle/jaguar/f-pace/f-pace-awd)
The line up starts with the 2.0 litre 180PS/430Nm Ingenium diesel rear wheel drive 6-speed manual at prices from £34,170, emitting 129g/km CO2 and averaging 57.7mpg.
The IDD Intelligent four-wheel drive system with chain driven transfer case eliminates understeer. It is biased 90% rear to 10% front but varies according to grip levels to the opposite of 90% front to 10% rear. It has Dynamic, Eco and Winter modes. An adaptive surface response system to cope surfaces from ice, through snow, wet snow and rain to high drag such as sand. An ‘All Surface Progress Control’ automatically gets the car out of mud. While a low friction launch control system gives softer throttle response in low grip situations.
The passenger compartment takes five and with the rear seats folded is 1825mm long by 1255mm wide. Load capacity is 650kg seats up to 1740kg seats down.
Connectivity and infotainment systems are state of the art. The car itself supports a wireless network of up to 8 separate devices. Its satellite navigation systems calculates if you will be late to a destination and can automatically pre-warn the people you are driving to meet. It connects to Google Street View to show you what your destination looks like. Voice control enables you to tweet or select tracks using Spotify. You can even control functions of your car remotely from an Apple watch.
2.0 180PS/430Nm Ingenium diesel with RWD or 4WD and 6-speed manual or 8-speed automatic transmission.
2.0 240PS Ingenium petrol with RWD or 4WD and 6-speed manual or 8-speed automatic transmission.
3.0 340PS/450Nm or 380PS/450Nm petrol V6 AWD 8-speed automatic
3.0 300PS/700Nm diesel V6 AWD 8-speed automatic
Wheel and tyre sizes are:
18” with 235/65 R18 tyres
18” with 255/60 R18 tyres
19” with 255/55 R19 tyres (this seems to be the most popular compromise wheel and tyre size)
20” with 255/50 R20 tyres
22” with 265/40 R22 tyres
Jaguar F-Pace prices announced
Jaguar F-Pace 2.0D 180 2WD Prestige manual £34,170
Jaguar F-Pace 2.0D 180 2WD R Sport manual £36,670
Jaguar F-Pace 2.0D 180 2WD Portfolio manual £39,170
Jaguar F-Pace 2.0D 180 AWD Prestige manual £36,110
Jaguar F-Pace 2.0D 180 AWD R Sport manual £38,610
Jaguar F-Pace 2.0D 180 AWD Portfolio manual £41,110
Jaguar F-Pace 2.0D 180 AWD Prestige automatic £37,860
Jaguar F-Pace 2.0D 180 AWD R Sport automatic £40,360
Jaguar F-Pace 2.0D 180 AWD Portfolio automatic £42,860
Jaguar F-Pace 3.0D 300 AWD S £51,450
Jaguar F-Pace 3.0D 300 AWD First Edition £65,275 (sold out)
Jaguar F-Pace 3.0 S/C 380 AWD S £51,450
New petrol engine range announced for Jaguar F-Pace.
Comprises 2.0 litre Ingenium petrol engines with outputs of 200HP and 250HP and a new 2.0 litre twin turbo Ingenium diesel with an output of 240HP and 500Nm torque. Ald, for the F-Pace a new 163HP E-Performance diesel engine with CO2 emissions of 126g/km.
Other improvements for 2018 model year include Jaguar’s Configurable Dynamics technology now available as standalone feature on XE and XF, allows drivers to personalise the gear shift, throttle and steering settings.
Intelligent safety features including Forward Traffic Detection and Forward Vehicle Guidance join extensive Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. Gesture Boot Lid for the first time and Dual View screen InControl technology
New 300PS 2.0-litre petrol added
The 2.0-litre four-cylinder Ingenium petrol engine produces 300PS and 400Nm of torque which gives the F-Pace a 0-62mph time of 6 .0 seconds with official fuel economy of 37mpg.
F-Pace SVR revealed
Engineered by Special Vehicle Operations (SVO), the F-PACE SVR’s 5.0-litre V8 supercharged petrol engine produces 550PS and 680Nm, enabling it to reach 0-62mph in 4.3 seconds with a top speed of 176mph.
Aerodynamic enhancements include larger air intakes at the front and side fender vents that lower pressure in the wheelarches, reduce lift and provide additional cooling while also optimising high-speed stability. In addition, unique wheel arch extensions and lower body mouldings provide a low-slung muscularity that sets the SVR apart.
An exclusive SVR bonnet features vents to help extract hot air from the engine bay and provide visual evidence of the SVR’s dynamic intent.
At the rear, a unique spoiler is joined by a new bumper housing the quad tailpipes of the Active Exhaust system. The bumper incorporates side strakes that aid aerodynamic performance by smoothing airflow away from the rear of the vehicle.
The uprated chassis has progressive front and rear springs that are 30 and 10 per cent stiffer respectively and incorporate an anti-roll bar specification that contributes to a 5% reduction in body roll.
New, lightweight forged 21- and optional 22-inch alloy wheels are wider at the rear by 25mm compared to the front and contribute to the SVR’s enhanced handling. The 22-inch wheels are 2.4kg lighter on the front and 1.7kg lighter on the rear and are designed to deliver greater airflow to the uprated larger 395mm front and 396mm rear brake discs. The brake discs feature an advanced two piece construction on the front and rear to reduce weight, further contributing to the SVR’s agile handling.
Inside, the F-PACE SVR features slimline performance front seats that provide enhanced lateral support and have signature lozenge quilting and embossed SVR logo. In addition, unique rear seats echo the heavily sculpted designs up front and the SUV’s sports car character is underlined by the Sport Shift Selector. Finally, the SVR branded steering wheel features tactile aluminium paddle shifters.
Four interior colour themes help to highlight the vehicle’s high performance personality; Red with Jet, Light Oyster with Jet, Siena Tan with Jet and Jet with Light Oyster stitching.
Black Edition announced
Black Editions are available across five Jaguar models: XE, XF, XF Sportbrake, E-Pace, F-Type and F-Pace. All Black Edition cars come fitted as standard with black alloy wheels, Black Pack, Privacy Glass and metallic paint – in a choice of colours – as standard.