The 300 Sport comes in Yulong White, Indus Silver or Santorini Black and features Dark Satin Grey exterior detailing, as well as ‘300 Sport’ badges on the grille and tailgate.
Inside, it gets yellow contrast stitching on the leather seats, instrument panel and center console, along with the ‘300 Sport’ logo on the front headrests, carpet mats and treadplates.
The Touch Pro Navigation with Connect Pro, 12.3-inch Interactive Driver Display, Meridian sound system and electrically adjustable front seats are standard. Customers need to pay extra to get the Adaptive Dynamics, Adaptive Cruise Control, heated front and rear seats, and others.
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The F-Pace 300 Sport is available with the 2.0-liter petrol engine, which is rated at 300 PS (296 hp / 221 kW) and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque, and the 3.0-liter V6 diesel, making 300 PS (296 hp / 221 kW) and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) of torque. Both models are all-wheel drive.
Based on the R-Sport version of the vehicle, the Chequered Flag can be ordered with Yulong White, Santorini Black or the new Eiger Grey exterior color. It also features a sporty front bumper and glossy black details on the grille, door cladding, side vents and roof rails.
The cockpit is equipped with leather trim, aluminum detailing and ‘Chequered Flag’ treadplates. Moreover, it has standard electrically adjustable front seats, Touch Pro Navigation Pack, Interactive Driver Display, Touch Pro infotainment system and a Meridian audio system.
Powering the F-Pace Chequered Flag Edition is a range of 2.0-liter AWD powertrains, including the 250 PS (246 hp / 183 kW) petrol unit and the 180 PS (177 hp / 132 kW) and 240 PS (237 hp / 177 kW) diesels.
Meanwhile, new for the latest model year F-Pace is the enhanced smartphone integration with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as standard. The base model starts from £36,820 ($48,819/€43,055).