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I‑PACE lets you go further.


Our passion for design and our electric technologies combine to deliver a zero-tailpipe emissions car that remains unmistakably Jaguar. I-PACE has a range of 470 km†† on the WLTP cycle. This is enabled through the combination of a high-tech lithium-ion battery with a 90 kWh capacity and I-PACE’s drag coefficient of 0.29 Cd.


Select a category to find out how it affects I-PACE’s range.
I-PACE Front


Heating and air conditioning systems use energy and this can reduce range.

These systems are most often used at the start of a journey, so to reduce the impact on range, I-PACE has the ability to pre-condition the interior ahead of departure, while the car is still charging. This allows I-PACE to use electricity from the power supply, and not the battery, to heat or cool the interior.



Extreme low and high temperatures impact upon how well a battery can maintain its level of charge.

I‑PACE features sophisticated thermal management systems which help to keep the battery at its optimal temperature and minimise the impact of outside temperatures on the car's range.

Jaguar I-PACE Rear Right Angle


One of the biggest impacts on range is the driver. Frequent, heavy acceleration will have a detrimental impact on the car's state of charge, whereas travelling at a steady pace will help an electric car preserve range. Gradual acceleration can also reduce your reliance on hard braking which consumes more energy than gentle braking.

Travelling at a steady pace will help an electric car preserve range.

Jaguar I-PACE Rear Angle


Both acceleration and braking use power.

Repeated acceleration and braking, as experienced in congested traffic, can be as draining on the battery as they are on the driver.

Maintaining a steady speed as much as possible during heavy traffic will help to preserve range.


  • Jaguar I-PACE Home Charging


    For optimum charging at home, you can install a Jaguar-approved home wall box. I-PACE is equipped with an 11 kW 3 phase AC (alternating current) on-board charger, which can recharge your vehicle overnight and deliver up to 53 km* of range per hour. A Mode 2 charging cable is also supplied, which can be used with a domestic socket. When using a domestic socket, charging rates are slower than a wall box (up to 6 km* of range per hour), but are sufficient to cover an average daily commute of 60 km3 if the vehicle is charged overnight.​

  • Jaguar I-PACE charging in the streets


    I-PACE comes with an optional Mode 3 cable that connects to AC (alternating current) public charging points, the standard in most countries. You can easily find public AC charging points at a multitude of locations by using either the Jaguar Remote app or the Navigation system. A typical 50 kW charger can deliver up to 270 km* of range per hour. DC (direct current) rapid chargers with tethered cables are increasingly available as the public charging infrastructure improves. I-PACE is equipped to accept up to a 100 kW DC charge rate through a tethered DC cable, so there’s no need to carry one.​


I-PACE is equipped with technology to preserve range and protect the vehicle’s battery. With cabin preconditioning, for example, you can heat or cool the interior while I-PACE is charging and the electricity used will be drawn from the mains supply, not the battery.

Someone using the  I-PACE App on an I-Phone in a living room while the I-Pace can be seen being Charged, through a window


Eco Mode helps preserve I-PACE's range by reducing energy depletion and encouraging a more efficient driving style. It also makes subtle changes to cabin temperature, air recirculation and to a number of the car's other features. You can override these changes by normal operation of each feature or via the menu settings.

I-PACE driving through a country road

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

*Charging times will vary dependent on many factors, including but not limited to: the age, condition, temperature and existing charge of the battery; facility used and duration of charge.

1Jaguar has appointed preferred charging equipment suppliers for all markets in which I‑PACE is available. Our Retailers and preferred suppliers are available to advise on the best charging solutions for you. Please consult your Jaguar Retailer for further information.

2Jaguar has preferred public charging suppliers for all markets in which I‑PACE is available, and you will be able to choose from a variety of tariffs depending on how often you use the charging points available. A DC rapid charger provides large amounts of energy in a short time. The charging rate can decrease as the battery reaches full capacity, so customers may choose to rapid charge to 80 percent capacity, or just for the extended range required.

3This figure has been obtained from the ‘Driving and Parking Patterns of European Car Drivers’ mobility survey, conducted by the European Commission.​

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.