Jaguar has updated its F-Pace, with the addition of a plug-in hybrid powertrain coming alongside various styling and equipment changes.
The popular SUV is now available with Jaguar Land Rover’s widely used PHEV system, which sees a 2.0 litre petrol engine combine with an electric motor. In the F-Pace P400e, this provides 404 hp in total, when combining the twin-turbo engine and 105 kW electric motor.
The latter is powered by a 17.1 kWh battery, which allows an all-electric range of up to 33 miles on a charge, and overall efficiency scores of 49 g/km CO2 and 130.2 MPG.
Charging is possible at up to 32 kW DC from a CCS unit, which will recharge the battery in just half an hour. Most charging is likely to be carried out via the Type 2 section of the inlet, which takes up to 7 kW for a recharging time of less than two hours.
The Jaguar F-Pace P400e is not only the most frugal model in the range, but it is also the most powerful. Performance times see the 0-62mph sprint completed in just 5.0 seconds, with power going to all four wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Jaguar has also updated the styling, with sharper front and rear lights the most noticeable changes. Inside, a new, larger touchscreen infotainment system represents the latest generation Jaguar has to offer.
Available to order now, the Jaguar F-Pace P400e PHEV starts at £56,060, with deliveries expected to start in spring 2021.