Since its introduction, the Jaguar I-PACE has received over 90 global awards, including a stunning triple win at the 2019 World Car of the Year Awards, where it was named World Car Design of the Year, World Green Car, and World Car of the Year, confirming its position as the leading all-electric performance SUV.
Jaguar I-PACE provides an unrivaled blend of all-wheel drive performance, refinement, and agility - as well as an incredible range, exceptional comfort, and practicality - thanks to its low center of gravity, innovative suspension systems, and compact, efficient electric motors on each axle. The car's technology and functions have continuously upgraded with wireless software upgrades.
The Jaguar I-Pace electric crossover SUV has been subtly improved with an even more unique look, fantastic specifications, R-Dynamic versions, and new smooth metallic colors.
Nick Collins (Executive Director of Vehicle Programs) said: "Jaguar I-PACE has always provided the performance, agility, technology, and user-friendliness that one would expect from a Jaguar, as well as a smooth and quiet electric driving experience. We've done that, and our newest model may benefit from our extended specification method. In the future, we plan to use the experience gained from our electrified vehicle program and the technological improvements made possible by our relationship with the Jaguar TCS Racing team to reposition Jaguar as an all-electric modern premium brand beginning in 2025."
The forward-leaning design, low overhang, and taut, muscular rear end distinguish the Jaguar I-PACE from rival all-electric SUVs. The award-winning design has now developed with subtle, well-thought-out enhancements.
The Atlas Gray front grille now has a smooth, soft contour. It replaces the former gloss black grid design, resulting in a simpler, cleaner finish that reinforces the car's underlying electric DNA. The new black and silver Jaguar symbol on the grill is another alteration. The front bumpers, lower side doors, and rear diffuser are now body-colored rather than gloss black, which improves the overall look.
All variants with 22-inch rims have a little spoiler on the tailgate that represents the car's performance capability and dynamic personality. All wheels are now diamond-turned, and the Satin Gray finish complements the carbon fiber inserts on the 22-inch wheels. Puncture-free all-season tires are available.
The external package Black Pack, which is standard on all models starting with the R-Dynamic SE, complements the design improvements. The grille, windows, rear-view mirror covers, and rear emblems all have a gloss-black finish. There is also the option of a contrasting panoramic roof, which may now be ordered with a black finish on the rear half of the roof for the first time. For the first time, customers can choose between two smooth matte metallic shades, Eiger Gray and Carpathian Grey. These exterior colors enhance Jaguar's elegant and modern appearance.
The Jaguar I-PACE provides a driving experience that is authentic to the Jaguar brand. Jaguar I-PACE can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 200 km/h thanks to electric motors installed in the front and back axles. A Jaguar is distinguished by its ability to combine comfort and performance without sacrificing either. The Jaguar I-PACE requires a completely independent coilover suspension system that combines double wishbones at the front with a sophisticated multi-link axle at the rear and a low center of gravity and lightweight, sturdy aluminum design to deliver the promised dynamic driving experience. Electric air suspension with Adaptive Dynamics increases ride and handling even further.
The Jaguar I-PACE is powered by a 90 kWh lithium-ion battery with a range of up to 470 kilometers (WLTP). You may add up to 127 km of range in just 15 minutes by charging the car using a public 100 kW DC charger. Customers with access to a 3-phase 11 kW charging box may charge the car in about 8.6 hours. Instead, a 1-phase 7 kW charging box can add 35 km of range each hour, and a full charge takes 12.75 hours. The Low-Cost Hours Only mode can be enabled to charge only at night when the electricity price is lowest. Specify the desired start and stop times, and charging will only occur during those times.
Customers can also program charging to stop when the battery reaches a specified percentage, such as 80%. This is especially beneficial when utilizing public chargers because you need to add the range needed to get to your destination.
Another strategy for improving the driving experience is preconditioning. While charging, the car automatically heats or cools the battery to its appropriate temperature and the passenger compartment. Using electricity from the mains instead of the battery saves energy and extends range. Along with timed charging, preconditioning may be configured using the vehicle's touchscreen or the Jaguar Remote app, which has been revamped and is now even easier to use.
The large cabin is equipped with all the technology required to make a living with the Jaguar I-PACE electric crossover SUV more enjoyable. The Pivi Pro infotainment system, which includes wireless connectivity with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Spotify, and what3words navigation, is standard on all versions. Pivi Pro and many other car systems are regularly updated thanks to SOTA (Software-Over-The-Air) wireless program transfer technology.
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