And yes, the 500 horsepower SVR is included.
Jaguar has already revealed the 2019 F-Pace, along with the anticipated 550 horsepower SVR version. The changes for 2019 include subtle exterior enhancements and several interior improvements including slimline sports seats, suede headliner, and illuminated treadplates. All 2019 F-Pace variants will also come standard with Jaguar's 10-inch InControl Touch Pro with a quad-core processor and a data connection. The new infotainment system adds a customizable home screen, multi-task functionality, pinch and pan gestures, the ability to share ETA via a text message, and an arrival mode with a 360-degree view of the destination.
Jaguar has focused on making the F-Pace safer for 2019, with standard safety features including lane keep assist, driver condition monitor, automatic emergency braking, rear-view camera, and parking sensors. Adaptive cruise control with steering assist, blind spot assist, and other driver assistance systems are also available on higher trim levels and as optional extras. We didn't know exactly how much the 2019 F-Pace would cost in the US, but Jaguar has now revealed a full pricing breakdown.
The least expensive F-Pace comes with a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four producing 247 hp. The 25t model starts at $44,600, then goes up to $47,000 for the Premium trim, $51,600 for Prestige trim, and $55,900 for R-Sport trim. A 180 hp 2.0-liter diesel engine will also be offered starting at $48,500 for the 20d Premium trim, $53,100 for Prestige trim, and $57,400 for R-Sport trim. A more powerful 2.0-liter turbocharged engine with 296 hp starts at $50,000 for the 30t Premium trim, $54,600 for Prestige trim, $58,900 for R-Sport trim, and $63,000 for Portfolio trim.
The 3.0-liter supercharged V6 now only comes in one state of tune producing 380 hp, starting at $61,500 for the S trim. Of course, the 5.0-liter supercharged V8 SVR joins the 2019 range starting at $79,990, putting it right in the crosshairs of models like the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifolgio, Maserati Levante, and Mercedes GLC 63. The F-Pace continues to be one of the best looking SUVs on the market, and these updates for 2019 should help Jaguar maintain strong sales.