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The Jaguar I Pace is a classic electric SUV made by the British car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover. After thorough testing and teasing, Jaguar launched it in India on 23rd March 2021 in Mumbai.
It’s equipped with two electric motors, each on the front and rear axle, with a combined power output of 400PS and 696Nm.
Equipped with an AWD system, the I Pace can accelerate from 0 to 100 kmph in just 4.8 seconds. The motors draw their power from a 90kWh battery pack, due to which it can pull off a range of 400 kilometres.
The I Pace can be charged from 0 to 100 per cent in just 14 hours if you use a 7.4 kWh AC wall box charger. Using a more powerful 50kW DC charger can reduce this time to a mere two hours. You can use even more powerful chargers – they can handle up to 150kW of DC charging.
The Jaguar I Pace is loaded with safety features like an external sound system, six airbags including for the driver and passenger seats, a side curtain and thorax, three latches, emergency braking, a rear camera, traffic sign recognition, adaptive cruise control, driver condition monitor, etc. Other features include lane-keep assist, adaptive speed limiter, front and rear parking aid, blind spot assist, and 3D surround camera.
Key features include power steering, power windows front, anti-lock braking system, air conditioner, driver airbag, passenger airbag, fog lights–front, alloy wheels, and a multi-function steering wheel.
It offers a boot space of 656s, a seating capacity of 5 people, and a ground clearance of 174mm.
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Without a doubt, the Jaguar I Pace is an absolute beauty. After all, there is nothing better than a powerful, stylish EV to give you those traffic light thrills in the city.
It jumps from zero to 100 kmph in 4.6 seconds. Two powerful electric motors, each for the front and rear axle, drive all four wheels and produce 400 horsepower and around 700 Nm of torque. All that power is dished out instantly – you don’t have to deal with turbo lag or a lazy gearbox. Just flex your right foot, and go.
The handling gives you the proper feel of a Jaguar sports car, with its fifty-fifty weight distribution and an ultra-low centre of gravity – thanks to the heavy battery pack that is stuffed in the floor. And if you are brave enough to venture on the highway, you will find that the I Pace is a serene cruiser. It’s so hunkered down and planted you might call it a sports sedan rather than an SUV.
In India, the Jaguar I Pace is available in three variants – base model SE (Automatic, Electric; Rs. 1.08 Cr.), S (Automatic, Electric; Rs. 1.08 Cr.) and the top variant, HSE (Automatic, Electric; Rs. 1.12 Cr.). As for the colour options, Jaguar offers seven – Santorini Black, Yulong White, Corris Grey, Indus Silver, Firenze Red, Caesium Blue, and Borasco Grey.
In the Indian markets, Jaguar I Pace competes with cars like the Porsche Taycan, Audi e-Tron, BMW i3, and Volvo XC40 Recharge.
With a sloping bonnet, honeycomb pattern grille, sleek LED headlamps, and a wide central air-dam, the Jaguar I Pace is undoubtedly the most stunning EV in the market.
There is no compromise on performance with two motors in place and a powerful electric engine. It can rush from zero to 100 kmph in merely 4.8s. Since it has an AWD system, the power is transmitted to all four wheels.
It has a luxurious interior with features like electrically adjustable Luxtec sport seats, interactive driver display, driver condition monitor, animated directional indicators, etc.
One of the most striking features is the 380-watt Merdian Sound System. To add more, it also has a 3D surround camera, head-up display, adaptive Cruise Control and much more.
You can use multiple AC and DC chargers to charge the car. It supports up to 150kWh of DC charging.
You get a lot of complimentary services from Jaguar – a five-year service package, a five-year roadside package, and eight years of battery warranty.
The seats don’t come with a massage function.
For a car costing Rs. 1.05 Cr., features like adaptive cruise control and a heated steering wheel should not be optional. That is why it’s not at par with rivals like the Mercedes EQS.
Its service and maintenance are also costly.
Since it’s an EV, you might want to reconsider taking it on road trips to places with no proper electric supply.
It’s not as efficient with hard acceleration.
It has got weak regenerative braking.
The Jaguar I Pace is a masterstroke from British car manufacturers shining among electrical SUVs.
The Indian I Pace comes with 19-inch alloys and not the 20-inch ones you get in the European variants. This is brilliant because, for Indian roads, smaller wheels with larger type sidewalls help cushion the shocks. When you want more than the standard 174mm ground clearance, the height-adjustable air suspension gives you an extra 50mm. All in all, the I Pace has an absorbent ride.
However, you will always have one eye on the range metre – you can’t avoid doing that while driving an EV. The trip computer gives you a lot of real-time EV info like battery consumption, the entire breakup of your trip details, and a lot more.
The Pivi Pro infotainment system is feature-packed. The 3D surround camera gives you every possible view, making it easy to park and manoeuvre. There’s EV-related data like the range, your history, and all the energy stats of your journey. There are multiple displays to indicate to you the electric distribution between the two axles, the flow of electricity to and from the wheels, and the adjustable level of regeneration. The only drawback of the infotainment system is its sluggishness and slow response. You’ve also got an information overload as well – three screens, a lot on all three screens.
The climate control system is sophisticated with many modes and features, including an in-built air purifier.
All in all, the Jaguar I Pace is one of the most luxurious and sophisticated electrical SUVs the Indian market has seen to date.