2023 Jaguar F-Pace price and specs: 400 Sport in, prices up, features out

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A new 400 Sport variant joins the F-Pace range for 2023 – but prices are up, despite a host of features returning from standard to optional.


  • 2023 Jaguar F-Pace pricing and specifications
  • New 400 Sport grade adds black styling details
  • Fully-digital dash among standard features removed
  • Priced from $82,200 plus on-road costs, up $1741 to $4754

The 2023 Jaguar F-Pace line-up will expand with a new 400 Sport grade – but prices are up across the range, and some features previously standard have become optional.

Based on the F-Pace R-Dynamic HSE variant, the new 400 Sport edition adds a host of black highlights to Jaguar’s medium SUV offering, plus additional luxury features and the most potent petrol engine on offer (excluding the SVR).

Additions over the HSE include 21-inch black wheels, red brake calipers, black roof rails, a full Black Exterior Pack (covering the intakes, window surrounds, badging and trim inserts), Windsor leather ‘Performance’ seats, privacy glass, suede headlining, and 400 Sport badging.



Prices start from $124,600 plus on-road costs for the new variant – as part of a Model Year 2023 range that’s $1741 to $4754 more expensive than before, priced from $82,200 plus on-road costs for the R-Dynamic S P250, to $189,531 for the limited-run SVR Edition 1988.

New across the range is standard-fit wireless phone charging (previously a $455 option), wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (rather than wired only), Amazon Alexa and ‘what3words’ support, and DuoLeather trim on the entry-level model, replacing grained leather.

However, the Clear Exit Monitor system – which alerts occupants if they’re about to open their door into oncoming traffic, previously standard across the range – has been removed from the equipment list.



The 12-inch digital instrument cluster has switched from standard to an $845 option on the SE and HSE, replaced by the S grade’s 7.0-inch display.

While the R-Dynamic SE gains standard heated seats and a 13-speaker Meridian sound system for MY23, it has lost its power-adjustable steering column and illuminated sill plates – both of which are now optional extras – alongside the aforementioned 12-inch gauge cluster.

The R-Dynamic HSE – which has received the smallest price rise in the range – is no longer fitted with suede headlining as standard, instead reverting it to a $2141 option.



No specific changes have been made to the SVR’s equipment list – though there’s a new SVR Edition 1988 available, limited to just 20 cars. Click here for more details.

Powering the entry-level P250 variants is a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, sending 184kW and 365Nm to all four wheels for a 7.3-second 0-100km/h time, and claimed combined fuel consumption of 7.5 litres per 100 kilometres.

The diesel D300 offers a 3.0-litre turbo inline six-cylinder with 48-volt mild-hybrid assistance, with 221kW/650Nm outputs, a 6.4-second 0-100km/h time, and claimed combined fuel consumption of 7.5L/100km.



Meanwhile, the P400 uses a 3.0-litre turbo-petrol inline-six, an electric supercharger and 48-volt system to develop 294kW/550Nm combined, cover 0-100km/h in 5.4 seconds, and consume 8.7L/100km on the combined cycle.

The flagship SVR upgrades to a 5.0-litre supercharged petrol V8 developing 405kW and 700Nm, capable of a 4.0-second 0-100km/h time with all-wheel drive, a limited-slip rear differential and launch control.

All models use an eight-speed automatic and rear-biased all-wheel drive.



The 2023 Jaguar F-Pace range is available to order now. A full list of pricing, standard feature and option packs (but not standalone options or colours) is below.

2023 Jaguar F-Pace Australian pricing:

  • F-Pace R-Dynamic S P250 – $82,200 (up $2739)
  • F-Pace R-Dynamic SE P250 – $87,000 (up $2837)
  • F-Pace R-Dynamic SE D300 – $103,200 (up $3410)
  • F-Pace R-Dynamic SE P400 – $105,700 (up $3401)
  • F-Pace R-Dynamic HSE P400 – $116,800 (up $1741)
  • F-Pace 400 Sport (P400) – $124,600 (new)
  • F-Pace SVR – $149,900 (up $4754)
  • F-Pace SVR Edition 1988 – $189,531 (new, limited to 20 cars)

Note: All prices exclude on-road costs.

Above: Jaguar F-Pace R-Dynamic.

2023 Jaguar F-Pace R-Dynamic S standard features:

  • Automatic ‘premium’ LED headlights with daytime-running lights
  • LED tail-lights
  • 19-inch ‘Style 5103’ alloy wheels (new design, replacing Style 5037)
  • Standard 355mm front and 325mm brakes with unpainted calipers
  • 11.4-inch Pivi Pro touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, digital radio, reversing camera and satellite navigation
  • 7.0-inch driver display (with analogue dials)
  • Keyless entry and start
  • Wireless phone charging (newly standard)
  • Power tailgate
  • Six-speaker sound system
  • Dual-zone auto climate control with rear air vents
  • DuoLeather synthetic leather upholstery (new, replaces grained leather)
  • 12-way power-adjustable front seats
  • Premium carpet floor mats
  • Engine Spin Aluminium inlays
  • R-Dynamic steering wheel
  • Cabin lighting elements
  • Rain-sensing wipers
  • Metal sill plates (with front R-Dynamic branding)
  • Satin chrome shift paddles
  • Heated power-folding electric side mirrors with auto-dimming driver’s side and approach lights (memory is a no-cost option)
  • Auto-dimming rear-view mirror
  • Illuminated vanity mirrors
  • Autonomous emergency braking
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Lane-keep assist
  • Blind-spot monitoring
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • Driver condition monitor
  • Traffic sign recognition
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Tyre pressure monitoring

2023 Jaguar F-Pace R-Dynamic SE adds (over R-Dynamic S):

  • 20-inch diamond-turned ‘Style 5031’ with grey accents
  • 13-speaker Meridian sound system with subwoofer, noise cancellation (new vs 2022 SE)
  • Heated front seats (new vs 2022 SE)
  • Memory for side mirrors and driver’s seat
  • Bright metal pedals
  • Premium cabin lighting
  • Auto high beam
  • Animated (scrolling) indicators
  • Adaptive suspension (P400 and D300 only)
  • Configurable Dynamics drive mode selection (P400 and D300 only)
  • Upgraded 380mm front brake discs (P400 and D300 only)

2023 Jaguar F-Pace R-Dynamic HSE adds (over R-Dynamic SE):

  • 21-inch diamond-turned ‘Style 5104’ wheels with dark grey contrast
  • 16-way power-adjustable front sports or Performance seats with heating, ventilation, massaging and memory
  • Satin Charcoal Ash veneer inlays
  • Power-adjustable steering column
  • Illuminated front metal treadplates with brand name script
  • Perforated Windsor leather upholstery

2023 Jaguar F-Pace 400 Sport adds (over R-Dynamic HSE):

  • 21-inch gloss black ‘Style 5105’ wheels
  • Red brake calipers
  • Black Exterior Pack
  • Gloss black roof rails
  • 400 Sport badging
  • Rear privacy glass
  • 14-way power-adjustable Performance front seats with heating, ventilation and memory
  • Suede headlining

2023 Jaguar F-Pace SVR adds (over R-Dynamic HSE):

  • 12-inch digital instrument cluster
  • 360-degree camera
  • Active sports exhaust
  • Electronic active rear differential
  • 395mm front and rear brakes
  • 21-inch forged diamond-turned ‘Style 5080’ wheels with Satin Technical Grey contrast
  • Red brake calipers
  • Summer tyres performance (as standard)
  • Space-saver spare wheel
  • SV Exterior Pack
  • SVR badging
  • 14-way power-adjustable Performance front seats with heating, ventilation and memory
  • Windsor leather and suedecloth upholstery
  • Heated rear seats
  • SVR luxury floor mats
  • Embossed Aluminium inlays
  • SVR heated leather steering wheel
  • Black suede headlining 
  • SVR-branded front metal sill plates
  • Standard cabin lighting (non-premium)
  • Headlight power wash

Above: Jaguar F-Pace SVR.

2023 Jaguar F-Pace SVR Edition 1988 adds (over SVR):

  • Automatic parking (Park Assist)
  • 17-speaker Meridian surround sound system
  • Head-up display
  • Vehicle tracking system
  • Midnight Amethyst Gloss purple paint
  • 22-inch alloy wheels in Champagne Gold Satin
  • Sunset Gold rear badging
  • Laser-etched Edition 1988 front quarter logos
  • Expanded Black Pack with gloss black mirror caps, brake calipers, wheel centre caps and SVR badge accents
  • Semi-aniline black leather upholstery
  • Open-pore carbon-fibre interior inlays
  • Satin black Jaguar leaper badge and steering wheel horn ring
  • SV Bespoke and Edition 1988 sill plates and dashboard badging
  • Sunset Gold Satin dashboard trim, air vents, steering wheel spokes, shift paddles and seat cut-outs

The $2910 Dynamic Handling Pack, available on R-Dynamic S and SE P250, adds:

  • Adaptive suspension
  • Configurable Dynamics drive modes
  • Red brake calipers

The $1460 Cold Climate Pack, available on R-Dynamic S, SE, HSE and 400 Sport, adds:

  • Heated steering wheel
  • Heated windscreen
  • Headlight power wash

The $4360 Cold Climate Plus Pack, available on R-Dynamic S, SE, HSE and 400 Sport, adds:

  • Heated steering wheel
  • Heated windscreen
  • Headlight power wash
  • Cabin pre-conditioning

Above: Jaguar F-Pace SVR.

The $2970 Technology Pack, available on R-Dynamic S, adds:

  • 12-inch digital instrument cluster
  • Head-up display
  • Solar-attenuating windscreen

The $1350 Park Assist Pack, available on R-Dynamic S, SE, HSE and 400 Sport, adds:

  • 360-degree camera
  • Automatic parking

The Premium Black Pack, offered on R-Dynamic S ($9890) and SE P250 ($8560), but not available with the Dynamic Handling Pack, adds:

  • Adaptive suspension
  • Configurable Dynamics drive modes
  • 22-inch gloss black forged ‘Style 1020’ wheels with grey inserts
  • Black Exterior Pack

The $5200 Premium Upgrade Interior Pack, available on R-Dynamic S, adds:

  • Extended Leather Upgrade (requires solar attenuating windscreen option)
  • Black suede headlining
  • Bright metal pedals
  • Illuminated front sill plates

For a full list of the individual options available, visit Jaguar’s website here.

Alex Misoyannis has been writing about cars since 2017, when he started his own website, Redline. He contributed for Drive in 2018, before joining CarAdvice in 2019, becoming a regular contributing journalist within the news team in 2020. Cars have played a central role throughout Alex’s life, from flicking through car magazines as a young age, to growing up around performance vehicles in a car-loving family.

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