2023 Jaguar F-PACE receives JLR’s new straight-six engines

2023 Jaguar F-PACE receives JLR’s new straight-six engines

The F-Pace is the first Jaguar to be available with JLR’s new inline six-cylinder petrol and diesel mild-hybrid engines.

The 400 Sport is powered by the Ingenium 3.0-litre inline six-cylinder petrol MHEV engine that produces 400PS (394.5bhp) plus 405 lb ft of torque and features a twin scroll turbocharger supported by an electric supercharger, continuously variable inlet valve lift control and a 250bar direct fuel-injection system. This enables the 400 Sport to accelerate from 0-60mph in just 5.1 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 155mph.

The Ingenium six-cylinder diesel MHEV in the 300 Sport produces 300PS (296bhp) and 480 lb ft of torque and can accelerate from 0-60mph in only 6.1 seconds and on to a maximum speed of 143mph. The 300 Sport’s fuel economy and emissions are 38.2mpg and 194g/km CO2 respectively. This pair of six-cylinder F-PACE Sport models are distinguished by new, 21in gloss black alloys, a black pack and black roof rails. They can also be specified in the full range of colours, comprising one solid finish, seven metallics and a choice of two premium-metallic paints – Carpathian Grey and Charente Grey.

“Developing the new 300 Sport and 400 Sport models gave us the opportunity to subtly accentuate the F-PACE’s inherently assertive, purposeful design and deliver an even more confident on-road presence, while beautiful, rich materials – including Windsor leather, suede cloth, and meticulously-crafted veneers – make the interiors even more luxurious,” said Adam Hatton, Jaguar’s exterior design director. “Together with the quiet, effortless performance from the six-cylinder engines, the new F-PACE 300 Sport and 400 Sport will make every journey extraordinary.” The F-PACE 400 Sport starts from £66,765 in the UK and 300 Sport from £60,525.

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A new 296bhp 3.0-litre straight-six diesel 300 Sport model has been added to the F-Pace line-up, bringing an extra dose of sportiness to the large SUV range. Gloss black 21-inch alloy wheels are standard, along with an exterior black pack, rear privacy glass and gloss black roof rails. A choice of ten exterior colours are offered, with the inside of the F-Pace 300 Sport uprated thanks to 16-way heated and ventilated electric memory seats, ebony suede cloth upholstery and satin charcoal ash veneers for the dashboard. In addition, there’s ambient lighting with a choice of 30 colours, together with a fixed panoramic roof. The price for the new model is £62,250. Meanwhile, all versions of the F-Pace fitted with the Pivi Pro infotainment system now come with Amazon Alexa for the first time. This also applies to cars already on the roads, with upgrades carried out in an over-the-air software update.

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