Jaguar has disclosed the release of two distinctive special edition models for its F-PACE; the 300 Sport and Chequered Flag.
The automaker clarifies that both cars will aid enhance the F-PACE range, which it says offers the dynamics and everyday versatility customers anticipate from a Jaguar performance SUV.
According to Jaguar, the 300 Sport has been powered to perform and comes with a 221kW2.0-litre Ingenium petrol with all-wheel drive.
It includes that with 400Nm of torque, it can accelerate from 0-100km/ h in 6.1 seconds on its way to a top speed of 233km/h.
Jaguar Director of Design, Ian Callum, says the Jaguar F-PACE has set up itself as the ultimate performance SUV.
“Not only does it combine sports car DNA with the practicality of a larger vehicle, it does so with a great aesthetic. The latest special editions build on this visual appeal by enhancing the model’s sporting character to each create something unique. The F-PACE line-up has something for everyone,” he adds.
Jaguar says the 300 Sport is identified by distinctive dark satin grey exterior detailing.
It explains that beginning with the front grille surround; this includes the side window surrounds, side vents, mirror caps and door finishers, as well as the rear valance, adding that with 300 Sport badges on the front grille and rear tailgate, it is available exclusively in Yulong White, Indus Silver and Santorini Black.
The automaker says, “Step inside and the yellow contrast stitching on the instrument panel, centre console and leather seats provide a unique feel to the interior. The 300 Sport logo is badged on the treadplates, carpet mats and steering wheel and is also embossed on the front headrests.
“Comfort and convenience features include Touch Pro Navigation, a Meridian sound system and 14-way electric front seats. Jaguar’s 12.3-inch Interactive Driver Display provides a customisable and intuitive driver interface.
“Customers buying the 300 Sport will have the option of upgrading the standard specification with a number of additional features. This includes 18-way seats, with the option of heated front and rear seats. Adaptive cruise control and adaptive dynamics are some of the other features also available.”
The Chequered Flag, however, is based on the R-Sport model and comes with a distinctive exterior that includes a sport front bumper and striking gloss black detailing on the front grille, door cladding, side vents, and roof rails, the automaker says.
It says the Chequered Flag is available in Yulong White, Santorini Black and in the newly introduced colour, Eiger Grey.
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“Inside, the cabin has a seamless blend of luxurious materials and crafted finishes, with features including leather trim, meshed aluminium detailing and Chequered Flag treadplates,” Jaguar says.
“Occupants also benefit from a range of features such as 10-way electric front seats, Touch Pro Navigation Pack, Meridian Sound System, reconfigurable 12.3-inch Interactive Driver Display and the Touch Pro infotainment system as standard,” it adds.
The automaker says a range of 2.0-litre all-wheel-drive powertrains are available with the Chequered Flag, beginning with the more performance-focused 183kW2.0-litre AWD Ingenium petrol, which powers the F-PACE from 0-100km/ h in 7.0 seconds and to a top speed of 217km/h while a diesel option features 132kW and 430Nm and can accelerate from 0-100km/ h in 9.0 seconds.
Jaguar says the special edition models will be available in sub-Sahara Africa in the third quarter of 2019 with pricing for respective markets available closer to the time.

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