The luxurious crossover is looking better than ever.
The Jaguar F-Pace entered 2021 with fresh styling and an electrified straight-six engine, renewing interest in this luxury compact crossover SUV, and now Jaguar has improved it again, by adding two new trims to the F-Pace lineup. For 2022, the F-Pace will be offered in 300 Sport and 400 Sport trim, and there's also some newly added tech that becomes standard across the range. Both the 300 Sport and 400 Sport will be offered exclusively with a six-cylinder diesel, or six-cylinder petrol mild-hybrid engine in the UK, and a number of trim-specific appearance features such as new 21-inch Gloss Black wheels. While these updates are specific to our cousins across the pond at this point, it's highly likely that the same updates (besides that diesel engine) will follow for us in due course.
Both the 300 Sport and 400 Sport take the athletic styling of the F-Pace and enhance it with a number of sporty styling features that makes this jungle cat look even more menacing. The most eye-catching difference between the two new Sport trims and their F-Pace siblings has to be those striking 21-inch 'Style 5105' wheels. These Gloss Black wheels perfectly complement the standard Black Pack which adds privacy glass and black roof rails to the exterior of the F-Pace. The 300 and 400 Sport is also offered with 21-inch Gloss Silver wheels and self-sealing all-season tires. In terms of paint options, Jaguar offers its new Sport trims in 10 different colors, including seven metallic options, and two premium metallic paints: Carpathian Grey and Charente Grey.
The interior of the F-Pace is already a premium space, but the 300 and 400 Sport add another level of luxury in the form of standard 16-way heated and ventilated electric memory seats, an Ebony Suede Cloth headliner and Satin Charcoal Ash veneers, a panoramic sunroof, and ambient lighting. All F-Pace models now benefit from Amazon Alexa integration, including models currently sold in the US. The F-Pace 400 Sport is offered with a 395-horsepower 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder petrol mild-hybrid (MHEV) engine allowing the F-Pace to accelerate to 60 mph in only 5.1 seconds. The 300 Sport is powered by a 296-hp six-cylinder diesel MHEV engine, and both trim levels feature AWD as standard. The D300 AWD Auto 300 Sport starts at £62,250 ($80,900), and the P400 AWD Auto 400 Sport will set you back £68,520 ($ 89,050).