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New 300 Sport diesel produces 295bhp and 479lb ft of torque; petrol 400 Sport offers 394bhp and 405lb ft

Jaguar has added two new Sport models to the F-Pace line-up, using petrol and diesel engines with mild-hybrid technology. 

The new Jaguar F-Pace 300 Sport is powered by a 3.0-litre straight-six mild-hybrid diesel engine, producing 295bhp and 479lb ft of torque. It can complete the 0-62mph sprint in 6.4sec and reach a top speed of 143mph. Combined economy is claimed at 38.2mpg. 

The more powerful F-Pace 400 Sport is driven by a supercharged 3.0-litre straight-six mild-hybrid petrol engine. It produces 394bhp and 405lb ft for a 0-62mph time of 5.4sec and a 155mph top speed.

Jaguar's mild-hybrid system makes use of a belt-driven integrated starter-generator to recover energy under braking, which is then used to assist with acceleration and support the engine stop-start system.

As with all F-Pace models, four-wheel drive is included as standard, as is an eight-speed automatic gearbox. 

Standard equipment on both cars include the Black Pack, which adds privacy glass, black roofrails and black five-spoke wheels. The Smartphone Pack is also included as standard, bringing wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. 

Inside, Sport models gain Windsor performance seats, satin charcoal ash veneers, an ebony suede cloth headliner and bright metal pedals. 

 

In addition, all Jaguar cars now feature Amazon Alexa integrated into the Pivi Pro touchscreen infotainment system. The is able to help drivers navigate home, play music and launch smart-home features. 

The previous F-Pace offerings, a four-cylinder plug-in hybrid powertrain and three petrol and diesel engines, are still offered alongside the new Sport models.

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“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 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.”

Prices for the 300 Sport start at £62,250, rising to £68,520 for the 400 Sport. Both models are one sale now.

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TStag 13 April 2022

The Jaguar F Pace is Jaguar's best car, it's popular, good looking and pitched just right. Yet Bollore wants to scrap it to focus on saloon cars.

Ratan Tata - please do something. This is madness why scrap the only car that makes money? Jaguar should build it's business around this car and the F type. Jaguar's future electric range should be:

Jaguar J Pace SUV 

Jaguar J Type Sportscar - Pitched directly against the Audi R8

Jaguar XJ - Pitched against the Porsche Taycan/ Tesla Model S

Jaguar F Pace SUV

Jaguar F Type Sportscar - pitched against the Boxter

How hard is this?

 

 

Rodester 13 April 2022
Good god man. I suggest you go outside and take a deep breath. Then return to your lounge, and take a long look at what you wrote, let it's absurdity sink in.

Jaguar - whatever the model has no rival. Never has, never will. It simply sits above. Powerful and premium.

xxxx 12 April 2022

Great looking car and I certainly see plenty about.

BMW, who are fast becoming a laughing stock, could learn alot about interior and exterior design with there current dire offerings in this vehicle class.

Peter Cavellini 12 April 2022
xxxx wrote:

Great looking car and I certainly see plenty about.

BMW, who are fast becoming a laughing stock, could learn alot about interior and exterior design with there current dire offerings in this vehicle class.

Do a Car survey while your out driving or out for a Walk, or just when your in Town, how many BMW's do you see compared to Jaguar's?, which Jaguar cars are selling?, what's the BMW that you see the most?, how many older Jaguars do you see compared to BMW's?, why aren't Jaguars as popular?

xxxx 13 April 2022
Peter Cavellini wrote:

xxxx wrote:

Great looking car and I certainly see plenty about.

BMW, who are fast becoming a laughing stock, could learn alot about interior and exterior design with there current dire offerings in this vehicle class.

Do a Car survey while your out driving or out for a Walk, or just when your in Town, how many BMW's do you see compared to Jaguar's?, which Jaguar cars are selling?, what's the BMW that you see the most?, how many older Jaguars do you see compared to BMW's?, why aren't Jaguars as popular?

Did I say they outsell BMW, NO.  And just because there's more X5s than F Paces doesn't mean the X5 is better looking or a better car.

Wait till you see the new X7 design, can't wait to read your defence of that precious BMW

Peter Cavellini 12 April 2022

Jaguar just isn't the brand it used to be, they've not really produced recently a Car that everyone is talking about, still gets monikered as the Arthur Daley office, old man's smoker unjustly I might add , but, it's just not keeping up.