2022 Model Year Changes Jaguar

2022 Model Year Changes Jaguar

2022 Model Year Changes Jaguar E-Pace

2022 Model Year Changes Jaguar E-Pace
2022 Jaguar E-Pace stock photo

Memory driver’s seat and outside mirrors and automatically tilting mirrors in reverse are all standard for 2022.

2022 Model Year Changes Jaguar F-Pace

2022 Jaguar F-Pace stock photo
2022 Jaguar F-Pace stock photo

The SVR’s 5.0-liter supercharged V8 is rated with 8 fewer horsepower than last year, now 542.

A Homelink® universal garage door opener and power tailgate are now standard even on base models.

3D Surround Camera is no longer standard, but a $700 option.

2022 Model Year Changes Jaguar F-Type

2022 Model Year Changes Jaguar F-Type stock photo
2022 Jaguar F-Type stock photo

The sports car becomes more serious and focused, with 4 and 6-cylinder engines disappearing, and a new, rear-wheel drive V8, the P450 arriving with 444 horsepower. The P450 also offers all-wheel drive as an option. The 575-horsepower F-Type R remains the top performer, with all-wheel drive and 575 horsepower. The short-lived manual transmission variants are not returning: an 8-speed ZF automatic transmission is standard on all models.

The new, focused F-Type removes standard equipment, downgrading to 6-way power seats, removing memory seats and automatic dimming side mirrors. These features can be added back optionally.

Newly standard, other than the supercharged V8, are an active exhaust system, 15-inch front brakes, electronically adjustable suspension, 20-inch wheels, and 18.5-gallon gas tank.

Carbon ceramic brakes are no longer offered.

I-Pace

2022 Model Year Changes Jaguar I-Pace stock photo
2022 Jaguar I-Pace stock photo

The all-electric Jaguar gets an improved infotainment system with a standard Meridian 3D sound system. Over-the-air software upgrades have been enhanced. Cabin air filtration is also improved.

Charging speed has been improved with an on-board 11 KiloWatt AC charger. Total range has been downgraded to 222 miles, still ample.

I-Pace S and SE are discontinued. Only the highest trim, HSE, is offered.

Power folding sideview mirrors, automatic dimming driver’s sideview mirror, automatically dipping passenger’s sideview mirror, automatic high beams, headlight power washers, 16-way power front seats, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, 40/20/40 split folding rear seats, driver’s heads up display, Blind Spot Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, Steering Assist, power tailgate and twenty-inch wheels are all now standard.

A wireless charger for smart phones is now offered.

XF

Keyless Entry is now standard on all models.

 

 

Jaguar USA

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