Priced at par with the Mercedes-Benz EQC all electric, the Jaguar I-Pace comes in three variants via the CBU route. Gets the Pivi Pro touch operated multi media system that hosts over the air updates as well
Highly anticipated Jaguar I-Pace, all electric SUV has made its debut in the Indian market. And the prices start at Rs 1.06 crore for the base S variant. The mid SE variant has been priced at Rs 1.08 crore , while the top, HSE variant is priced at Rs 1.12 crore. All the aforementioned prices are ex-showroom. Jaguar has brought the I-Pace via the CBU route and the all-electric SUV goes up against the Mercedes-Benz EQC, that made its debut in October, 2020.
The cabin features a Pivi Pro 12.3-inch touch operated infotainment system along with Android Auto and Apple CarpPay. The I-Pace’s multi media system comes equipped with Software over the Air (SOTA) functionality, which allows infotainment, battery management, and charging to be updated remotely. The I-Pace even gets over the air updates
Powering the I-Pace gets a 90kWh Lithium-ion battery that powers two electric motors. The power is rated at 394bhp and 696Nm of torque. and has a claimed range of 470kms. The I-Pace will be offered with a five-year service package, which includes RSA (Road Side Assistance). Jaguar will also offer an Eight-year/1,60,000km warranty to all its I-Pace customers.
Dealership outlets, as well as authorised service station staff, have been extensively trained to cater to its EV customers. 22 dealerships have a total of 35 chargers across 19 cities in the country for the convenience of its customers. In addition, the manufacturer will provide a 7.4kW wall-mounted AC charger to all its customers. And the completely drained battery can be charged in 8.5 hours.
The Jaguar I-Pace can also be charged via Tata Power’s EZ charging network on use and pay basis - which essentially is a charging dock for the Tata Nexon EV and the soon-expected Tata Altroz EV. Tata Power has over 200 of these charging docks installed in common places such as malls, residential parks, offices and highways.