Incontrol Touch Standard Key features: Wi-fi, DAB, Bluetooth
ALL versions of the F-pace feature the brand’s latest Incontrol Touch Navigation, which is controlled via an eight-inch touchscreen. The graphics aren’t as crisp as the Audi’s, but the set-up is responsive and the four-way home screen gives you quick access to the nav, audio, phone and climate control functions. Programming a destination is easy, and the 3D mapping is clear.
The set-up is packed with features, including the Incontrol Apps service, which uses your smartphone to connect you to services such as Spotify, parking apps and various Internet radio stations. Also included is Inconnect Wi-fi. This requires a subscription, although it turns your car into a 4G hotspot.
Upgrade to the £1,780 Navigation Pro package and you get a larger 12. 2-inch screen, plus a similar-sized TFT display ahead of the driver that replaces the traditional dials. Also included is a 380W Meridian sound system, which can be ordered on its own for £680. FOR & AGAINST
Plenty of features, straightforward menus, optional Meridian hi-fi
Graphics look a little blocky, no Apple Carplay, expensive Pro upgrade
EFFICIENCY Breakdown of eco data lets you easily track running costs. Pairing phone via Blueooth is really simple
DISPLAY 3D mapping is easy to follow on eight-inch Jag touchscreen. This splits into four for easy menu selection