Jaguar Details 2019 I-Pace EV In 95 Images

The battery-electric 2019 Jaguar I-Pace is a landmark moment for the British car maker, with some even saying that it’s as important as the iconic E-Type.

Almost every established automaker is developing their own electric proposals but Jaguar is among the first to offer a long-range premium crossover with an electric powertrain with the I-Pace.

Power comes from a duo of electric motors, each mounted on the front and rear axles, for a combined output of 395hp (400PS) and 513lb-ft (696Nm) of torque. That’s plenty of poke, with Jaguar claiming a 0-60mph in 4.5 seconds (0-100km/h in 4.8) and a top speed of 124mph (200km/h), but the most important figure for an EV is that of the driving range.

In the US market EPA estimates that the Jaguar I-Pace is capable of covering 240 miles on a full charge while in Europe that goes up to 298 miles/475km on the latest WLTP cycle. Use a home charger and the I-Pace will take 10 hours to charge up to 80 percent while a 100kW fast charger will replenish the 90kWh battery pack to the same percentage in 40 minutes.

These figures are more than reassuring – if you have easy access to a charging network during your daily commute. It’s true that the Jaguar I-Pace will not fit in everyone’s lives as some might find more difficulties in running an electric vehicle than others.

Those who can live with a Jaguar I-Pace however will find that the British car maker’s first series-production EV offers a dynamic drive that matches its attractive styling. They will also find a spacious interior with plenty of head- and leg-room, despite the low roofline and thanks to Jaguar’s clever packaging. Boot volume is rated at 656lt at the back and 27lt at the front.

In addition, the 2019 I-Pace is the first Jaguar that comes with over-the-air updates for the infotainment, telematics and battery energy control software, just like that other electric car company.

The new Jaguar I-Pace is priced from $70,495 before any federal and local government incentives in the US and from £63,495 in the UK, excluding government incentives.

 

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  • Six_Tymes

    I like this a lot, but not sure why to my eye, it only looks good in silver or white, this blue is OK, but that orange/red, not good

    • Andrewthecarguy

      Honestly can’t say I like it. People talk about the i3 being ugly. This iPace is worse.
      My prediction is that it will flop hard, no matter what color.

  • botornot387

    Really love the way this model looks! Excited to see how else Jag will apply this platform. I am all in favor of seeing a hypercar. Also, wondering if this is going to be the base for the next XJ when it arrives.

  • salamOOn

    love the blue one.

  • Mill0048

    I still don’t think it’s pretty, but it is growing on me.

  • Spyder Hole Fantome

    I’ll take this over anything Tesla anyday!

  • willhaven

    Looks great, but it appears very small for the $70k+ asking price.

  • TheBelltower

    Looks amazing. White or Blue would be my pick.

  • Raf

    Way better then that blob of a Tesla. But I also understand the Tesla is bigger. I’d still get the Jag.

  • lagunas3ca

    Thank you for the 3 interior photographs.

  • ace_9

    Picture 81/97: Rusting on the door panels strip already…

    • Status

      That’s not rust. It’s sarcasm.

  • BlackPegasus

    I like it! Especially the gray and white models 👌🏽

  • sean tooher

    looks like a tractor from the front ….

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