2023 Jaguar F-PACE receives JLR’s new straight-six engines
The F-Pace is the first Jaguar to be available with JLR’s new inline six-cylinder petrol and diesel mild-hybrid engines.
The 400 Sport is powered by the Ingenium 3.0-litre inline six-cylinder petrol MHEV engine that produces 400PS (394.5bhp) plus 405 lb ft of torque and features a twin scroll turbocharger supported by an electric supercharger, continuously variable inlet valve lift control and a 250bar direct fuel-injection system. This enables the 400 Sport to accelerate from 0-60mph in just 5.1 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 155mph.
The Ingenium six-cylinder diesel MHEV in the 300 Sport produces 300PS (296bhp) and 480 lb ft of torque and can accelerate from 0-60mph in only 6.1 seconds and on to a maximum speed of 143mph. The 300 Sport’s fuel economy and emissions are 38.2mpg and 194g/km CO2 respectively. This pair of six-cylinder F-PACE Sport models are distinguished by new, 21in gloss black alloys, a black pack and black roof rails. They can also be specified in the full range of colours, comprising one solid finish, seven metallics and a choice of two premium-metallic paints – Carpathian Grey and Charente Grey.
“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 Windsor leather, suede cloth, and 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.” The F-PACE 400 Sport starts from £66,765 in the UK and 300 Sport from £60,525.