Small revisions to the exterior, as well as changes to the interior, aim to keep the crossover on the pace with newer offerings from rivals.
The Jaguar F-Pace facelift has been spied undergoing testing in southern Europe.
Launched in 2016, the F-Pace is due for a mid-cycle refresh. Although practically all of the prototype is covered in a camouflage wrap, it doesn’t look as though Jaguar has altered any of the car’s body panels.
The crossover will have a revised front bumper with revised air intake and grille designs. There also seems to be updated graphics for the headlights.
At the back we can see updated styling for the tail-lights, which now include a clear strip for the indicators and, possibly, reversing lights. The redesigned bumper includes new exhaust tip shapes and a new diffuser design.
As usual, the updated car should benefit from a selection of new colour and alloy wheel options.
Our spy photography agency reports the prototype’s interior has been thoroughly covered up. We’re not sure what changes Jaguar has in store, but we expect the updated crossover will feature the company’s latest Pivi Pro touchscreen infotainment systems.
In line with the recent XE refresh, it’s likely Jaguar will simplify the F-Pace equipment and drivetrain packages.
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