The Jaguar F-PACE is getting a significant refresh for the 2021 model year with major updates to the exterior, interior, and infotainment system. The most visible change to the exterior is the new hood design that sees a reduction in the number of shut lines, a larger grille, and a new set of slim, all-LED quad headlights with the brand's "Double J Blade" daytime running light signatures. The rear lights have also been updated with a slimmer look and both the newly sculpted bumper and tailgate help give the F-PACE a more commanding presence.
Three engine options will be offered and include a 246 hp 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder, a 335 hp 3.0L turbocharged six-cylinder, and a 395 hp 3.0L turbocharged six-cylinder. The last two engines feature mild-hybrid powertrains and the most powerful of the three can sprint from 0-60 in just 5.0 seconds flat. The interior has also been overhauled with a more luxurious look and finish, active noise cancellation, and an upgraded infotainment system. The system features an 11.4" curved-glass HD touchscreen wrapped in magnesium alloy at the center console and is joined by an available 12.3" HD Interactive Driver Display that gives you a view of your speedo, maps, and multimedia.