Jaguar I-Pace 2021| Review| Features | Price | Launch
Jaguar I-Pace

Jaguar I-Pace 2021| Review| Features | Price | Launch

Jaguar I-Pace 2021

Jaguar I-Pace is the all new all electric SUV offered by Jaguar. Let’s have a look on its motor, performance, range. The detail review you will see after its launch and also there you will get variant wise detailed review.

Design

Talking of design then the very first thing you will notice is the family look of Jaguar which is also maintained in this vehicle, whether it’s the headlights or the front grill. But the one thing you will notice is that it gets a little bit curved front grill and is connected to the large scoop on the hood. It helps in make the vehicle more aero dynamic and also is claimed to deliver a range of 7 more kilometers.

Jaguar I-Pace front profile

On the side you get a good-looking alloy wheels and body colored ORVMs with turn indicators on it. The door handles are very neatly integrated into the doors and when the car gets unlocked the handles pop out and is ready to use also the handles hide themselves in the door when car is locked.

Jaguar I-Pace side profile

Now coming to Rear profile, it gets a big Jaguar logo on the mid of the tail gate and its all led Tail lights looks similar to all its family. Also, it gets a huge glass area on the rear tail gets makes it look more SUV.

Jaguar I-Pace rear profile

Performance

  • Battery – 90KwH lithium ion
  • Motor – Two motors are used (one in each axle)
  • Range – 470km (claimed)
  • Power – 394bhp
  • Torque – 696 Nm
  • 0-100 – 4.8 second
  • Top speed – 200 km / h

Dimensions

  • Length – 4682 mm
  • Width – 2139 mm
  • Height – 1566 mm
  • Wheelbase – 2990 mm
  • Boot Space –1453 liters
  • Tyre size – 235 / 65 R18

Also Read: Tesla Model 3 review in detail by clicking the link.

Features (Safety included)

  • 6 airbags
  • External Sound System – Emits a sound at or below 20km/h to make pedestrian aware of its presence
  • Traction control
  • Emergency braking
  • Child seat anchor points
  • Advanced Tire Pressure Monitoring System – Shows the real time pressure and pressure actually should have in the individual tire.
  • Blind spot detection on rear doors through LED indication
  • Heated power folding ORVMs with memory function
  • Underneath Battery helps in maintaining the better stability but reducers the boot space
  • Small storage space under the hood
  • 16-way electric adjust driver seats with memory function
  • Full glass roof
  • Powered tail gate
  • Matrix LED headlights
  • Dynamic turn indicators
  • Cruise control with speed limiter
  • Dual zone climate controls
  • 16 speakers (Meridian)
  • Minimal buttons interface – Touch screen and dials are used mainly
  • Android auto Apple car play
  • 3 screens (infotainment, instrument cluster and climate control screen)
  • Fully customizable instrument screen
  • Smart climate option – Detects the place where person is sitting and boost the fan speed of that area
Jaguar I-Pace interior
  • Favorite button on steering wheel – can be set for two things
  • Drive Modes
  • HUD – Heads up Display
  • 60:40 Rear seat split
  • Regeneration Braking system
  • Turn off automatically if not been used for few minutes

Assistance Features:

  • Collision Warning
  • Emergency lane keeping
  • Steering Assist
  • Driver condition monitor
  • Lane keep assist
  • Steering Assist
Jaguar I-Pace steering and screens

Connected Car Features:

  • Remote asses and monitoring
  • 3D camera
  • Driver fatigue
  • Adaptive Cruise control
  • Over the air updates

Optional features:

  • 4 zone climate control
  • Door sill plates with jaguar logo embossed in it
  • Air purifier
  • Ambient light
  • Clear sight camera based rear view mirrors
  • Wireless chargers
  • Adaptive Air suspension

Price and Launch

Since it is an all-electric SUV, offered with a bunch of technology, a good range and good in performance so its price will be going as higher as up to around 1 crore to 1.5 crores INR

Talking of launch date of this vehicle then it might be possible that it can it Indian Roads by Festive season this year.

Verdict

And another disadvantage of buying an electric vehicle, especially in small cities of India is the lack of Power station to charge your vehicle fast. Although it can be charged by home chargers but it takes a lot of time for the same. 

After the installation of Power Station in almost all across India it will become a good choice as in spite of being an electric SUV it gets a good range and great power from the motors also is vey rich in features. All combined makes it a considerable All-electric SUV.

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