The Jaguar I-Pace, the only 100% electric model marketed today by the Jaguar Land Rover group, has just been renovated despite having been on the market for just two years. Although aesthetically the sports SUV remains almost unchanged, it adds several improvements at the mechanical level that significantly increase its attractiveness compared to more recent proposals.
For starters, the I-Pace will now have an 11 kW three-phase charger (until now the maximum AC power supported by the SUV was 7 kW), allowing it to charge in just 8.6 hours fully. At 7 kW, it will take 12.75 hours, while in the direct current it will maintain its current power of 100 kW, recovering 78 miles of autonomy in just 15 minutes.
On the other hand, the I-Pace has also received the latest generation Privi Pro infotainment system, which until now was only found in the new Land Rover Defender. The system features a refreshed menu, OTA updates, a more modern navigation system with live traffic updates, and charging point information, etc.
Thanks to this data, the navigation system can optimize routes to include charging stations. It will also offer information on the availability of charging points, their cost, and estimated charging times. On the other hand, from now on, the I-Pace will be sold with an integrated eSIM card, which will include a complimentary 4G data plan.
Aesthetically, we find new paint colors and 19-inch wheels that replace the previous 18-inch wheels in the S finish. Customers will also be able to equip the new Bright Pack, which will include shiny sconces on the window surround, the rearview mirrors, and the rear diffuser.
In terms of technological equipment, A 360-degree 3D surround camera, the ClearSight digital rearview mirror, wireless charger for smartphones, heated front seats as standard, and an ionization system integrated with the air conditioner capable of filtering ultra-fine particles (you can program to clean the interior of allergens, for example).