2021 Jaguar I-Pace electric SUV launched in India, priced from Rs 1.05 crore onwards
As per its website, Jaguar India has launched the Jaguar I-Pace electric SUV in India with prices starting from Rs 1.05 crore for the base S variant. This goes up to Rs 1.08 crore for the mid-spec SE while the top HSE is priced at Rs 1.12 crore. All prices are ex-showroom India. Bookings have already opened on the Jaguar India website and at dealerships
The Jaguar I-Pace comes powered by two electric motors to drive all four wheels, with 400PS / 696Nm. The motors draw power from a 90kWh lithium-ion battery. The Jaguar I-Pace accelerates from 0 to 100kmph in a claimed 4.8 seconds, while still maintaining a range of 480km on a single charge. The I-Pace features driving tech like brake-based torque-vectoring, a suite of all-wheel traction systems, a configurable dynamic mode and an air suspension that lowers itself by 10mm over 105 kmph.
The Jaguar I-Pace in the S trim gets 19-inch dual-tone wheels, LED headlamps with power-washers, heated, powered and auto-dimming mirrors, fabric seats, 8-way powered front seats, the new Pivi Pro infotainment system, Meridian audio, powered tailgate and 360-degree camera. The SE trim goes on to add premium LED lighting, grained leather seats and 12-way powered front seat with a memory function. The top HSE trim further adds a different design for the alloys, matrix LED headlamps with dynamic indicators, gesture-controlled tailgate, Windsor leather upholstery, 16-way heated and cooled front seats, Meridian 3D surround sound, HUD and adaptive cruise control.
India gets the updated I-Pace that launched globally earlier this year. The now-standard 11kW wall box charger can add 53 km of range every hour, a 33 per cent increase over the previous two-phase system. A full charge through this takes 8.6 hours now. For those using a single phase 7 kW system, 22 km of range is added per hour while a full charge takes 12.75 hours. A 50 kW DC fast-charger adds 63 km in 15 minutes while a 100 kW charger adds 127 km in the same time. Jaguar Land Rover India has tied up with Tata Power as well to provide a network of charging solutions to its customers, aside from the included home or office chargers.
The Jaguar I-Pace competes with the Mercedes-Benz EQC, which is available in a single variant at Rs 1.04 crore. Also joining the fray soon will be the Audi e-tron and the e-tron Sportback.
Starts Rs 1.05 Crore
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