All-new R-Dynamic modes make the Jaguar I-Pace electric SUV a standout vehicle
Delhi : An updated model of the all-electric Jaguar I-Pace has been unveiled by Jaguar Land Rover India. The two metallic colour options for this SUV at launch are Carpathian Grey and Eiger Grey. R-Dynamic variants have been added, coupled with improved styling and technologically advanced specs. R-Dynamic S, R-Dynamic SE, and R-Dynamic HSE are now included in this model line.
The updated Jaguar I-Pace now has a cab-forward silhouette, shorter overhangs, tauter, stronger haunches, a clean Altas Grey front grille, and a smooth external profile. The vertical blades that are located outside of the front aperture also have the Atlas Grey colour. It displays a new Jaguar badge that is now available in silver and black.
In terms of appearance, the body colour of the front bumper, lower door finishers, and rear diffuser looks nicer than Gloss Black, which gives the SUV a more straightforward appearance. Additionally, all of the wheels that are available for the I-PACE are now diamond-turned with a Gloss Dark Grey contrast. The exterior Black Pack, which is now a standard feature on all models starting with the R-Dynamic SE, gives it a sleek appearance. Additionally, a Gloss Black treatment is added to the grill surround, window surrounds, door mirror caps, and rear emblems.
The updated Jaguar I-interior Pace's features a quick, user-friendly infotainment system called Pivi Pro that supports wireless Apple CarPlay and Wireless Android Auto. In terms of the drivetrain, the electric SUV now comes with a complementary 11 kW AC wall-mounted home-charger for the 2024 I-Pace. The three-phase power and an 11 kW residential wall box will allow consumers to fully charge their vehicles in less than nine hours. The EV will charge completely in 13 hours thanks to the single-phase electricity and seven kW wall boxes.
The 90kWh Lithium-ion battery powering this SUV has a stated range of up to 470 kilometres on a single charge. The Jaguar SUV has a 0-100 km/h acceleration time of just 4.8 seconds.