Since arriving in 2017, the Jaguar F-Pace hasn’t seen many updates. This will all change with the 2021 Jaguar F-Pace, which will receive an updated look and powertrain options.
On the outside, the 2021 Jaguar F-Pace will retain its basic design, but it’ll get a soft parts overhaul. This update will include revised all-LED headlights with new double J-blade daytime running lights, a larger grille with the heritage Jaguar logo, an updated front bumper, a revised hood, the Leaper emblem on the fender vents, and more. Around back, the update will include new slimline taillights with a double-chicane graphic
Inside, the 2021 F-Pace will put greater focus on the driver with its new 11.4-inch curved-glass touchscreen that’s 48% brighter than the previous screen and controls the new Pivi Pro infotainment system. The new infotainment system will be easier to operate and include standard Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and multi-connection Bluetooth. There will also be a new optional 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster with configurable layouts, new head-up display technology,
The cabin will also boast a more airy feel with its new center console that sweeps upward to meet the dash and houses a new wireless charger. The F-Pace’s seats will be wider with more cushioning and a massaging option. New interior lights that include upper and lower lighting areas to create a waterfall effect round up the interior updates.
Standard interior features will include heated seats, keyless entry, and a 14-speaker Meridian sound system with Sirius XM.
Under its hood, the F-Pace will feature one gasoline-only engine and a pair of 48-volt mild-hybrid powertrains. The standard powertrain will be a 246-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged engine in the F-Pace 250 models. This engine will deliver a 6.9-second 0-60 time.
In the F-Pace S 340 will be a 335-hp supercharged and turbocharged mild-hybrid six-cylinder powertrain. The range-topping F-Pace R-Dynamic S 400 will feature a 395-hp supercharged and turbocharged mild-hybrid six-cylinder powertrain, which will deliver a 5-second 0-60 time.
All three powertrains will use an eight-speed automatic transmission.
On top of its current standard safety equipment, which includes automatic emergency braking, active lane control, and parking sensors, the 2021 F-Pace will add Clear Exit Monitor. This new feature will alert front and rear occupants to the presence of an approaching car or cyclist when exiting the vehicle. It’ll also boast standard blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and a 360-degree camera.