Jaguar I-Pace Electric SUV Launched In India At Rs. 1.05 Crore

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Jaguar’s much-awaited I-Pace electric-SUV has been introduced in the Indian market at a starting price of Rs 1.05 crore, ex-showroom (India). It is the first model of Jaguar that will be an all-electric vehicle.

The Jaguar I-Pace comes in three variants: S, SE, and HSE. The top-spec variant is priced at Rs.1.12 crore while the mid-spec variant costs Rs. 1.08 crore.

The I-Pace is available in 12 different solid and metallic colours. Interested cusomers had already begun pre-bookings for the SUV before the launch of the electric-SUV, and therefore, the Jaguar I-Pace deliveries are underway across the country.

Jaguar had also announced that the I-Pace customers in India will be receiving both home and office charging solutions.

Jaguar I-PACEEx-Showroom Price
SRs.105.91 Lakh
SERs.108.15 Lakh
HSERs.112.29 Lakh

Moreover, 200+ charging points across have been set up by Tata Power under the ‘EZ Charge’ charging network in India. Customers can use all these charging points as well as use the standard 7.4 kW AC wall-mount charger.

An eight-year/1,60,000km warranty on the battery pack along with a 5-year service package and (RSA) Road-Side Assistance will be given to the customers.

The luxury electric SUV will be equipped with two electric motors placed on either axel and will be coupled to a 90kWh Lithium-ion battery pack. The electric powertrain generates 395 bhp of maximum power and 696 Nm of peak torque. An All-wheel-drive system will be used to transmit power to all four wheels.

On a single battery charge, the I-Pace will have a maximum driving range of up to 470km and will take just 4.8 sexonds to accelerate from 0 to 100kmph. The Jaguar I-Pace Electric has an electronically-limited top speed of 200kmph.

The I-Pace electric SUV technology provides a smooth riding experience to customers even on rough patches of road with its multiple drive modes along with an active electronic air suspension. The SUV has a regenerative braking setup for increased driving range, Engaging Dynamic Mode for increased throttle response as well as stiffer suspension and weighted steering.

The Jaguar I-Pace has won several accolades and over 80 global awards since it has made its debut. It has been crowned as the prestigious 2019 World Car Of The Year, World Car Design Of The Year, and World Green Car.

The e-car is equipped with LED headlamps with integrated DRLs, LED taillamps, an integrated spoiler, the signature honeycomb grille of the brand as well as solar attenuating and acoustic laminated windscreen, flush exterior door handles, and 19-inch 5-spoke alloy wheels.

Jaguar I-Pace Interiors

The Jaguar I-Pace electric-SUV has three displays that are reserved for the infotainment system, instrument cluster and climate control unit. The infotainment system comes with enhanced EV navigation that can show nearby charging stations and features the Pivi Pro technology of the brand.

Additional features include dual-zone climate control, fixed panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting, air quality sensor, eight-way powered front seats, premium audio system from Meridian. It also provides voice assistance, wireless smartphone connectivity via Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

The Jaguar I-Pace’s safety net is equipped with six airbags, an emergency brake assist, front and rear parking aid and a 360-degree 3D surround camera. Apart from all these, it also has a driver condition monitor, hill launch assist, dynamic stability control, adaptive cruise control and an electric parking brake.

Jaguar I-Pace side profile

As the demand for electric vehicles is skyrocketing in India, Jaguar has felt the need to release its I-Pace to cater to the luxury and premium segment of e-vehicles. The Jaguar I-Pace will compete against the likes of Mercedes-Benz EQC, the upcoming Audi E-Tron and Volvo XC40 Recharge.

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