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Charging an all-electric Jaguar is easy.


Jaguar all-electric cars are compatible with two types of charging connectors with varying speeds.

  • Jaguar Electric AC Charging Connector Type


    The top part of the vehicle’s CCS inlet is used for AC charging. This is known as a Type 2 connector and compatible with your home charger and public AC charging points.

  • Jaguar Electric DC Rapid Charging Connector Type


    The lower half of the vehicle’s CCS inlet features two pins that combine with three pins above to provide rapid DC charging into the battery.


  • Jaguar Electric Mode 2 Charging Cable


    Your Jaguar’s Mode 2 cable connects your vehicle to domestic sockets by using a Type 2 connector on one end and a domestic plug on the other.


The Jaguar iGuide app* makes it simple to find and understand the key features and controls of your Jaguar electric car. It also doubles as your mobile owner’s manual, ensuring the answer to any question about charging is always at hand.

Jaguar electric car iGuide App


Experience Jaguar's world of electrifying performance with our range of all-electric and hybrid cars.

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*Compatible smartphones only.

Incentives vary by country and even city, and can change without prior notice. Please consult your local Jaguar Retailer to find out more.​

Official EU test figures from manufacturer tests under EU legislation. For comparative purposes only. Real-world figures and overall EV performance data may vary according to driving and environmental variables.​

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