2024 Jaguar I-Pace debuts with smoother face, new technology


Deliveries of the Jaguar I-Pace in Europe and North America began in 2018, and now the electric crossover enters a new model year with subtle visual changes and notable technical upgrades. We don’t have pricing for the US market yet, but we do know the zero-emission utility is looking better than ever. This isn’t your typical major facelift, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any notable improvements.

Starting with the exterior, the I-Pace gets a new front grille with a smoother Atlas Gray shape. This new, simpler, closed grille design replaces the previous lattice grille for a cleaner overall look. The same Atlas Gray paintwork can also be found on the vertical blades on the outside of the front air intakes integrated into the bumper. An updated version of the Jaguar logo in black and silver takes center stage on the front fascia.

If you opt for the 400 Sport model, there is a new discreet rear spoiler. There’s also a new family of diamond-cut alloy wheels in sizes up to 22 inches that can be ordered with self-healing all-season tires. Last but not least, Jaguar is also offering a panoramic roof with an optional black rear section for the first time.

No powertrain hardware upgrades will be introduced for the new model year, i.e. the electric I-Pace is still powered by a two-motor system. It produces peak power of 394 hp (294 kilowatts) and accelerates the vehicle to 60 miles per hour (0-96 kilometers per hour) in just 4.5 seconds. Air suspension with electronically controlled damping, which is standard on the 400 Sport model, is available as an option.

There’s also no word on any changes made to the battery pack. This means that the 90 kWh battery enables a range of up to 292 miles (470 kilometers) between charges, measured on the European WLTP cycle. The fastest charge available is up to 100kW, while the I-Pace 2024 can be charged at home with up to 11kW via a three-phase wallbox.

New features in the cabin include a standard Pivi Pro infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless connectivity, as well as built-in Alexa voice control, Spotify and the what3words navigation system. Over-the-air software updates keep the crossover software up to date.



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