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Jaguar I-PACE Driving down a country road


Thrilling Jaguar power and dynamics with zero tailpipe emissions – everything you would expect from an all-electric performance SUV.

For over eighty years, Jaguar has created cars that excite the senses. Electric power doesn’t change this, it only produces more opportunities for creating the dramatic performance we are renowned for.

Jaguar I-PACE driving through a road, kicking up dust, the inner workings of the engine are visible


The I-PACE 294.2 kW powertrain provides 696 Nm of usable instant torque. With built-in All Wheel Drive traction, I-PACE accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 4.8 seconds.


    I-PACE’s 90 kWh battery is designed for longevity and supports prolonged periods of sustained maximum power. The battery’s position within the wheelbase provides the vehicle with a low centre of gravity, naturally benefiting vehicle dynamics, making I-PACE a true driver’s car.

  • I-PACE Motor


    I-PACE is propelled by two permanent magnet synchronous electric motors. These motors provide 294.2 kW and 696 Nm of useable instant torque. With built-in All Wheel Drive traction, the I-PACE accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 4.8 seconds.

  • I-PACE Transmission


    JaguarDrive instantly delivers sustainable acceleration from 0 – 12 000 r/min with no lag and no gearshift interruptions.

  • Jaguar I-PACE Driving down a road


    Maximising sports car-like agility for added driver confidence, Torque Vectoring by Braking provides controlled independent braking on the individual inside front and rear wheels to add to the turning forces acting on the car. In most conditions more braking pressure is applied to the rear inside wheel as this supports the most increased cornering capability, while the front inside wheel is braked for greater effectiveness and refinement.

  • Jaguar I-PACE Side while driving


    Reducing the space between the car and the road improves aerodynamic performance and range. I‑PACE’s optional Active Air Suspension automatically lowers the car by 10 mm when travelling at speeds in excess of 105 km/h over extended periods of time.

  • Jaguar I-PACE Rear


    Adaptive Dynamics delivers both precise dynamics and a supple, luxurious ride by monitoring vehicle movements up to 500 times a second. The system constantly analyses acceleration, steering, throttle and brake pedal activity and the electronically controlled dampers adjust to optimise the suspension settings, providing the optimum balance between comfort, refinement and agility at all times.

  • Jaguar I-PACE Configurable Dynamics Screen


    When Adaptive Dynamics is fitted, the Configurable Dynamics system allows you to personalise I‑PACE’s throttle sensitivity, steering weighting and damper stiffness. Select Dynamic Mode to enliven I-PACE’s sporting character.


I-PACE delivers all-surface, all-weather drivability. Power and torque response is immediate and the electric motors can adapt independently to the driver’s inputs, road surface conditions and available grip.

  • Jaguar I-PACE taking a corner


    Drawing on our unrivalled expertise with All Wheel Drive systems, JaguarDrive Control with Adaptive Surface Response (AdSR) constantly monitors the car's environment and adjusts the appropriate motor and brake settings. Once selected, AdSR works at all speeds to support you in adverse weather and across challenging surfaces.​

  • A wheel driving on multiple surfaces


    All Surface Progress Control is a state-of-the-art system that enables you to set and maintain a steady speed in challenging conditions such as slippery surfaces. It functions between 3.6 km/h and 30 km/h, enabling you to maintain full concentration on the road ahead.

  • Jaguar I-PACE driving down a road


    Providing you with optimum torque control when you move off from a standstill, Low Traction Launch enhances capability in slippery conditions like wet grass, snow and ice. The system remains active until the car reaches 30 km/h – then I-PACE seamlessly blends back into the selected driver mode.


    To maximise range, I-PACE uses an Enhanced Brake Regeneration system that recuperates almost all braking energy. Once you lift your foot off the accelerator pedal, the system provides regenerative braking, comfortably slowing I-PACE while converting the power generated to optimise the battery’s range.

  • Jaguar I-PACE Braking Screen


    Driving in heavy traffic is simple - using I-PACE’s Touchscreen, you can raise the level of regenerative braking. The corresponding increase in deceleration means that in stop-and-go traffic, for example, there is far greater control of the car's speed using only the throttle.

  • The front of a Jaguar I-PACE showing airways


    To give the optimum balance between cooling and aerodynamics, Active Vanes open when cooling of the battery is required, but close when not needed to smooth airflow.


I-PACE’s highly efficient heat pump harvests heat from the outside air and electronic components of the vehicle. The warmth is transferred to the cabin via the heating and ventilation system, reducing the power demand from the battery while maximising range.

Find your own electrifying combination of Jaguar performance, technology and style.

Optional features and their availability may differ by vehicle specification (model and powertrain), or require the installation of other features in order to be fitted. Please contact your local Retailer for more details, or configure your vehicle online.

The range depicted is as per Worldwide harmonized Light vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) and must not be considered as a representation of the actual range which the vehicle may be able to achieve in Indian conditions. Jaguar Land Rover India Limited shall not be held liable for any such express or implied representation. The actual range varies from region to region and is based on a variety of parameters including but not limited to configuration of the vehicle, number of passengers in the vehicle, weather conditions such as but not limited to ambient temperature, humidity, etc., style of driving, traffic, road conditions (including but not limited to changes and fluctuations in inclination, altitude etc.), usage of the features in the vehicle such as but not limited to air conditioning, etc. WLTP (Worldwide harmonised Light vehicle Test Procedure) is the new process that has been phased in from 2017, which measures fuel, energy consumption, range and emissions in passenger vehicles in Europe. This is designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. It tests vehicles with optional equipment and with a more demanding test procedure and driving profile.