The F-Pace was Jaguar’s first-ever SUV and remains a hugely important car for this British brand.

Despite only receiving a major refresh a couple of years ago, Jaguar is now back with an updated model, enhancing the appeal of this SUV further. Let’s take a look at what you need to know about the upgraded F-Pace.

2023 Jaguar F Pace first image front

Enhanced electric range

The addition of a plug-in hybrid in the F-Pace line-up has proven popular since its introduction, but Jaguar is now enhancing it further. 

The key change is the addition of a larger 19.2kWh battery, which improves the electric range by 20 percent – increasing it from a claimed 33 miles to 40.4 miles. This results in some seriously impressive efficiency figures, with Jaguar claiming a fuel economy figure of up to 176.6mpg and 37g/km CO2 emissions. These are particularly impressive figures for an SUV of this size. 

Improved standard specification

As part of this update, Jaguar has also majorly enhanced the level of standard equipment offered.

This sees the entry-level R-Dynamic SE model now benefiting from an impressive digital driver display, while higher spec models now benefit from an Ebony Suede cloth headliner. Jaguar has also introduced an enhanced ‘Black Pack’, with a gloss black finish now applied to the door mirrors, grille, rear badging and window surrounds.

2023 Jaguar F Pace first image  seats
2023 Jaguar F Pace first image interior

Greater connectivity

Jaguar’s models have all benefited from the addition of much-improved technology in recent years, with the brand’s Pivi Pro infotainment being rolled out across its range of cars.

As part of this update, Jaguar has now integrated the latest Amazon Alexa voice control directly into the car’s infotainment. The brilliant ‘what3words’ is also included as part of the satellite navigation, making it far easier to locate an exact location. The infotainment system will continue to benefit from further improvements thanks to over-the-air updates too.

New trim level line-up

Another change for the F-Pace in 2023 sees Jaguar simplify the trim structure, helping to make the choice easier for customers.

The choice of versions now comprises R-Dynamic S, R-Dynamic SE Black, R-Dynamic HSE Black, 400 Sport and the flagship SVR model, which packs a monstrous 542bhp 5.0-litre V8 engine. Other engine options include 247 bhp 2.0-litre petrol, 395bhp 3.0-litre petrol and a 201bhp 2.0-litre diesel.



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