A new range of SUV derivatives has landed in South Africa. The Jaguar F-Pace Chequered Flag variants offer bespoke style, exterior styling, distinctive badging and a choice of engines, as well as a high-level of specification.

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Bespoke touches

The Jaguar F-Pace Chequered Flag models feature styling that includes a re-profiled front bumper and gloss black detailing on the front grille, door cladding, side vents and roof rails. As standard these variants are fitted with 19-inch split-spoke alloys also finished in a dark hue. These models are available in Yulong White, Santorini Black and in a newly introduced Eiger Grey.

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To differentiate the interior occupants are privy to perforated leather seats with 10-way electric adjustability, meshed aluminium detailing and unique Chequered Flag treadplates. Other highlights include an infotainment system with Touch Pro Navigation and a Meridian sound system as standard equipment. The system is accessed by a 12,3-inch touchscreen interface with Apple CarPlay connectivity.

Read about the recently facelifted Jaguar F-Type Coupe at this link.

Engine options

Jaguar F-Pace Chequered Flag derivatives are available with a range of 2,0-litre powertrains. The two turbodiesel options have an output of 132- and 177 kW. The most powerful version is the turbopetrol that is fitted with the company’s all-aluminium Ingenium engine. This unit is good for 184 kW. It can propel the F-Pace from 0-100 km/h in 7,0 seconds and on to a top speed of 217 km/h. Drive is fed to all four wheels via an automatic transmission regardless of the engine choice.


Chequered Flag 2,0 132 kW diesel     R1 030 500

Chequered Flag 2,0 177 kW diesel     R1 117 300

Chequered Flag 2,0 184 kW petrol    R1 125 200

All new Jaguar models come standard with a five-year/100 000km warranty and service plan.