New for Jaguar 2023 Model Year: E-Pace
The lineup is simplified: One engine, the 2.0 turbo P250 at 246 horsepower. One trim E-Pace SE. The 300 Sport and the base model are discontinued.
Adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, Blind Spot Assist, Rear Traffic Monitor, Navigation, a power liftgate, nineteen-inch wheels with 235/55R19 tires, and an automatic dimming driver’s side mirror are now standard.
A Premium Black Pack includes gloss black badges, trim, side vents, 21-inch gloss black wheels, Adaptive Dynamics, an adaptive electronic suspension, and Configurable Dynamics, with driver adjustments for steering, throttle, transmission, and shocks.
New for Jaguar 2023 Model Year: F-Pace
The intermediate P340 3.0-liter engine is discontinued, leaving only the P250 246-horsepower 4-cylinder turbo, the P400 395-horsepower 6-cylinder turbo- and super-charged hybrid, and the supercharged V8 powered F-Pace SVR.
P250 models get larger front brake rotors: 14-inches.
Power-folding side mirrors and a power liftgate are now standard. Self-sealing tires are now standard on all but SVR, and a temporary spare is no longer standard, but an option.
Park Assist is no longer available on F-Pace S, only SVR.
To commemorate Jaguar’s 24 Hours of Le Mans 1988 victory, 394 F-Pace SVR Edition 1988 models will be produced in purple and gold livery.
New for Jaguar 2023 Model Year: I-Pace
After a one-year hiatus, the I-Pace returns with a longer, 246-mile standard range. Available in only one trim, HSE, S and SE trims are no longer offered.
Wireless smartphone charging and Amazon Alexa capabilities are now standard.
Headlamp washers and a Head-up Display are no longer standard. A memory system for the front passenger seat is gone.
Adaptive cruise control is now standard. A power tilt and telescoping steering wheel is no longer standard, but an option on SE and R-Dynamic SE.