Joining the suite of driver assistance systems, Adaptive Cruise Control with Steering Assist operates between 0 and 180km/h and uses the existing Adaptive Cruise Control functionality with Lane Centering to steer the vehicle within its lane as it maintains a set distance from the vehicle in front. Other features include Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go that allows the driver to follow a vehicle to a smooth stop and resume from stationary when the driver prompts the system by tapping the accelerator pedal.
The radar-based High-Speed Emergency Braking enables enhanced forward collision detection. The system works between 10 and 160km/h and is able to detect an imminent collision, alerting the driver and applying the brakes if the driver fails to respond.
Now fitted as standard, all customers will benefit from a Rear Camera, Front and Rear Parking Aids, Driver Condition Monitor, Emergency Braking and Lane Keep Assist.
Inside the F-Pace, Jaguar’s Touch Pro infotainment with a 10-inch touchscreen is fitted as standard, while new optional slimline sports seats featuring 14-way adjustment, adjustable bolsters and slimmer seatbacks are available.
The attention to detail continues with the frameless rear view mirror, illuminated metal treadplates with Jaguar script, bright metal pedals, premium carpet mats, suede-cloth headlining, chrome seat switches on the 10-way adjustable seats and carbon fibre door finishes.
For enhanced customer convenience, selected petrol derivatives of the 2019 model year F-Pace benefit from a larger 82-litre fuel tank (up from 63-litres). All F-Pace petrol engines are now equipped with particulate filters to make them even cleaner. The highly efficient, close-coupled filters are neatly integrated into the aftertreatment system and trap ultrafine particles as the exhaust gases pass through them. Under normal driving conditions, the trapped particles will be oxidised into CO2 and the filter regenerated whenever the driver lifts off the accelerator pedal.