Jaguar expands F-Pace lineup, adds Alexa Voice across range


Jaguar bolsters its F-Pace lineup with the addition of two new variants: the 300 Sport and 400 Sport. The aforementioned variants, per the British luxury car marque, offer a unique combination of exterior design elements which heighten their poised stance and dynamic character.


  • What variants were added to the F-Pace range?

    Added were the 300 Sport and 400 Sport variants.
  • What new feature is made standard across the range?

    Jaguar makes Amazon Voice standard across the F-Pace range.
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    Featured are new gloss black 21-inch wheels (optional 22-inch wheels), the Black Pack privacy glass package, and gloss black roof rails which give the SUV a distinctively stylish design. Both the 300 Sport and 400 Sport can be had in a range of colors which include one solid finish, seven metallics, and a choice of two premium metallic paints — Carpathian Grey and Charente Grey.

    Inside, the 300 and 400 Sport models are equipped with 16-way heated and ventilated electric memory seats that are matched to an Ebony Suedecloth headliner and Satin Charcoal Ash veneers. The cabin also boasts a fixed panoramic roof as well as premium ambient lighting.

    Under the hood of the F-Pace 300 Sport variant is an efficient in-line six-cylinder Ingenium diesel mild-hybrid engine while the 400 Sport variant of the F-pace packs a refined in-line six-cylinder Ingenium petrol mild-hybrid mill. The former makes around 296 horses while the latter offers around 395. They reach top speeds of around 143mph (230kph) and 155mph (250kph) respectively.

    “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. Together with the quiet, effortless performance of the six-cylinder engines, the new F-Pace 300 Sport and 400 Sport will make every journey extraordinary,” said Jaguar Exterior Design Director Adam Hatton.


    Jaguar also equips the F-Pace range with Alexa Voice. This works in conjunction with the Pivi Pro infotainment system in the SUV which offers navigation, music, podcasts and audiobooks, calls, and compatible smart devices.

    Requests such as “Alexa, navigate me home,” “Alexa, play my chill-out playlist,” and “Alexa show me nearby coffee shops” can all be made by voice. Owners can also check the news, the weather, and manage their schedule or shopping list — just by asking. Alexa lives in the cloud and is always getting smarter, with new features and updates continually being added and delivered automatically.

    “The seamless integration of Amazon Alexa with our Pivi Pro infotainment system gives customers simple, intuitive voice control of regularly used features, making the driving experience even more enjoyable. The fact we can also offer this new feature to existing customers proves the value of our software over-the-air-updates,” said Jaguar Land Rover Director of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Alex Heslop.

    According to Jaguar, the 2023 F-Pace range includes R-Dynamic S, R-Dynamic SE, R-Dynamic HSE, R-Dynamic Black, 300 Sport, 400 Sport, and SVR models.

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