Jaguar has announced details for the 2019 F-Pace range this week, bringing a range of technology and comfort features for its mid-size SUV.
Full pricing and specifications are still to be revealed, though new features for 2019 include the standard fitment of the larger 10-inch Touch Pro infotainment system across the range, along with the availability of an upgraded adaptive cruise control system with steering assist and stop&go function.
The latter operates at speeds between 0-180km/h, and uses Lane Centring technology to keep the vehicle within its lane while maintaining a set distance from the vehicle in front.
Additionally, the stop&go function allows the vehicle to come to a complete stop and then resume from stationary when the driver taps the accelerator pedal.
Meanwhile, the autonomous emergency braking system "enables enhanced forward collision detection", operating at speeds between 10 and 160km/h.
Inside, the F-Pace's cabin can now be optioned with new slimline sports seats featuring 14-way adjustment, including the bolsters.
Other cabin upgrades include a new frameless rear view mirror, illuminated metal tread plates, bright metal pedals, premium carpet mats, suede-cloth headlining, chrome seat switches on the standard 10-way adjustable seats, along with carbon-fibre door trim inserts.
Finally, petrol versions of the 2019 F-Pace range (other than the SVR) get an upgraded 82-litre fuel tank – up from the previous 63 litres.
Stay tuned to CarAdvice for a full pricing and specifications breakdown for the new F-Pace range.