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Everything you need to know about the new Jaguar F-PACE P400

The hugely sucessful Jaguar F-PACE, the first SUV offered by Jaguar when it hit the market back in 2016, now boasts a raft of updates in the new line, available now. Find out what you need to know if you’re considering one for your next car.

Exterior of the 2021 Jaguar F-PACE

The exterior of the new F-PACE builds on the success of its predecessor, keeping the sleek lines and unmistakable profile. There is a new grille and updated light graphics on both the front and rear headlights, but most of the F-PACE’s changes in this new version are to the interior, the technology and the improved driving experience.

Updated Jaguar F-PACE interior and dashboard

Now home to the renowned Pivi Pro infotainment system, the 11.4 inch curved glass display is a stunning addition to the new F-PACE. With super-fast loading, 360-degree viewing system and an incredibly intuative interface, this is a setup that seamlessly melds essential driver information with useful features, phone connectivity and entertainment.

With physical controls on the dashboard for functions like temperature and fan speed, and a new gear selector that is ergonomically designed to fit the hand perfectly, the new F-PACE finds that ideal balance between simplicity and premium functionality. Luxuriously comfortable seats ensure that even long drives are a pleasure for driver and passengers, with an optional active noise cancellation system able to dial down tyre noise by several decibels inside the cabin.

F-PACE Engine options

The new 2021 Jaguar F-PACE features mild hybrid assistance to help with fuel economy across both the petrol and diesel varients, and the range now also includes a plug-in hybrid for the first time – the P400e – which offers an electric-only range of up to 33 miles. You can choose to forgo the mild hybrid support with the most powerful diesel in the range, with a six-cylinder, 3-litre traditional engine.

As you would expect from a Jaguar F-PACE, all of the cars in the range come with eight-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive.

Other features

With an enviable 1,804 litres of boot space with the rear seats folded down, the normal setup gives a very generous 619 litres of space too, ensuring this car is highly practical for a wide range of uses, without compromising on the comfort and space afforded to the occupants both front and back.

Contact your local Hatfields retailer to book in a test drive with a new Jaguar F-PACE now.