The Jaguar I-Pace electric SUV features advanced technology and capabilities, such as all-wheel drive performance and software updates over the air. Despite its strong initial offerings, the rapid pace of EV development means the I-Pace must constantly evolve in order to stay competitive. Jaguar is updating the vehicle with a sleek new front grille in Atlas Grey, emphasizing its electric nature and enhancing its overall appearance.
The Jaguar I-Pace has undergone updates to its grille, featuring a black and silver emblem. The front bumper finishers, lower door finishers, and rear diffuser are now painted in the same color as the vehicle, giving it a streamlined look. The 22-inch wheels have been updated to a Satin Grey finish to complement the carbon fiber inlays, and all standard wheels are diamond-cut. The I-Pace also now comes in new R-Dynamic versions and new paint colors, Eiger Grey and Carpathian Grey, adding more variety to its already award-winning design.
The I-Pace boasts impressive performance with a 0-60mph acceleration time of 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 124mph. The 400 SPORT model includes air suspension with Adaptive Dynamics, which is electronically controlled damping for improved ride and handling. The vehicle’s range remains at 470km on a single charge, and charging is done at a maximum of 100kW DC.
The 2023 I-Pace has largely retained its interior design and features, but there have been changes to the trim levels and pricing. The base R-Dynamic S level now costs £69,995, which is almost £4,000 more than the previous base model. The R-Dynamic SE Black trim level is priced at £73,495, while the R-Dynamic HSE Black costs £77,495. The top-of-the-line 400 Sport version is available for £79,995.