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2024 Jaguar I-Pace Facelift Gets Subtle Changes And New Options

The Jaguar I-Pace, which was "subtly upgraded" for the 2024 model year, was essential in launching the brand's electric metamorphosis.

The I-Pace gets a "evolved" look with a smooth Atlas Grey grille that gives the automobile a "simpler, cleaner finish," even if the modifications are not as significant as those made to the Audi Q8 e-tron. A new Jaguar emblem in black and silver is also shown on the grille.

Designers also added more body-colored accents and Atlas Grey front blades to the crossover. According to Jaguar, the latter adjustment streamlines and refines the design while removing perceived bulk due to the removal of the previous gloss black accents.

However, a Black Pack that adds gloss black elements to the grille surround, window surrounds, mirror caps, and rear emblems is now included as standard on the R-Dynamic SE. Customers have the option to purchase a new, striking black roof in addition to a panoramic glass roof.

New diamond-turned wheels and optional satin finishes are also available to buyers. Customers can pick between Carpathian Grey or Eger Grey for the latter, which are brand-new.

There are few other modifications, but UK consumers will discover a new I-Pace 400 Sport. It is the top of the line and comes with a gloss black 22-inch wheel, an adjustable air suspension, and a rear spoiler. The premier EV also has heated and ventilated 14-way power Windsor leather front seats.

A dual-motor all-wheel drive system with 395 horsepower (294 kW/400 PS) and 513 lb-ft (696 Nm) of torque is powered by a 90 kWh battery pack. With this configuration, the car can reach a peak speed of 124 mph (200 km/h), accelerate from 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) in 4.5 seconds, and travel up to 292 miles (470 km) on the WLTP cycle.

A 100 kW DC fast charger may provide 78 miles (127 km) of range in as little as 15 minutes when it's time to charge an electric vehicle. At home, an 11 kW wall box charger can fully recharge the battery in 8.6 hours and provide 33 miles (53 km) of range each hour.

TopGear Magazine July 2024