The Jaguar F-Speed is obtaining a sporty new 6-cylinder variant to slot in below the fire-respiratory SVR.
For the 2023 product year, the F-Pace array will be joined by the new 400 Activity, although all styles will also receive Amazon Alexa voice regulate.
Jaguar Land Rover Australia will confirm nearby pricing and availability “before June 2022”.
The F-Speed 400 Sport works by using the present turbocharged 3.-litre inline six-cylinder engine creating 294kW of power and 550Nm of torque.
The engine includes a twin-scroll turbocharger supported by an electric powered supercharger, as properly as a mild-hybrid process with a belt-integrated starter generator and a 48V lithium-ion battery.
Jaguar claims a -100km/h time of 5.4 seconds.
The exterior topic for the 400 Activity is darkish. It features gloss black 21-inch alloy wheels, an exterior black pack, gloss black roof rails and privateness glass.
22-inch alloy wheels, accessible in either gloss black with satin black inserts or gloss silver with contrast inserts, are optional.
400 Sport purchasers can also decide on in between a range of paint finishes: a single reliable, 7 metallic, and two premium metallic (Carpathian Grey and Charente Gray).
Inside, there are slimline ‘performance seats’ concluded in Windsor leather-based upholstery, as well as an Ebony Suedecloth headliner, Satin Charcoal Ash veneers, and 30-colour ambient lights.
The Pivi Professional infotainment system’s new Alexa integration – to start with observed on the I-Pace – enables motorists to use natural voice prompts to management the navigation and media.
It also syncs up with an owner’s Amazon account to give access to objects like procuring lists and calendars.
Any one with a good home (things like net-linked lights, garage doorway openers, and even fridges) can management these features remotely.
Current owners of F-Rate models with the Pivi Professional infotainment technique can down load an over-the-air update to get Alexa connectivity.
In addition to the 400 Sport’s motor, presently provided in P400 variants, Jaguar notes the 2023 line-up will also comprise carryover 184kW/365Nm 2.-litre four-cylinder turbo-petrol and delicate-hybrid 221kW/650Nm 3.-litre inline-6 turbo-diesel engines.
All products feature all-wheel generate and a ZF-sourced 8-velocity computerized transmission.
Jaguar has not outlined irrespective of whether any improvements will be applied to the SVR, having said that it normally announces modifications for this variant independently.
The addition of a 400 Sport variant mirrors past year’s E-Tempo update, which saw the introduction of a 300 Sport flagship.
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