Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are now standard throughout the F-Pace range, while two sporty models join the line-up from September.
From September two special edition models will be added to the Jaguar F-Pace range: the Chequered Flag, and the 300 Sport.
The 300 Sport begins at $93,015 before on-road costs. Distinguished by badges at both ends, the 300 Sport is fitted with satin grey detailing for the grille, window surrounds and wing mirror caps.
Three paint choices are offered: Yulong White, Indus Silver, and Santorini Black.
On the inside, the 300 Sport logo can be found on the sill plates, carpets, steering and front headrest. There's also yellow contrast stitching on the dashboard, centre console, and leather seats.
Standard features include a Meridian sound system, 14-way electric front seat adjustment, a 12.3-inch digital instrumentation display, and a Touch Pro Navigation infotainment system, which offers remote connectivity.
Options include 18-way electric front seats, adaptive cruise control, heated front and rear seats, and adaptive dynamics.
Two engines are offered in the 300 Sport: a 221kW/400Nm 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine capable of 0-100km/h in 6.1 seconds and a top speed of 233km/h, and a 221kW/700Nm 3.0-litre turbo-diesel V6 with a 6.4s 0-100km/h time and 241km/h top speed.
The Chequered Flag starts from $85,105 before on-road costs, and is based on the R-Sport trim level.
Standard features include a sports front bumper, and gloss black vents, grille and roof rails. Three paint options are available: Yulong White, Santorini Black, and Eiger Grey.
In the cabin there's leather seats, aluminium trim, the Touch Pro infotainment and satellite navigation system, a 12.3-inch instrumentation screen, 10-way electric front seat adjustment, and a Meridian sound system.
Buyers can choose from three 2.0-litre all-wheel drive powertrains: the 184kW Ingenium petrol, or the 132kW and 177kW diesel options.