Review: 2019 Jaguar I-PACE

The new all-electric five-seater Jaguar I-PACE will satisfy your desire to be behind the wheel of a beautiful, luxury crossover while feeling gratification that you are taking care of the environment with its zero tailpipe emissions. Visit Jaguar Albany in Albany, New York to test the exhilarating I-PACE.


The 2019 Jaguar I-PACE is available in four different trims; S, SE, HSE, and the specially equipped First Edition model available the first year only. This battery electric vehicle (BEV) utilizes a 90 kWh battery made with a state-of-the-art thermal management system designed to support longevity and periods of sustained maximum power. The I-PACE is powered by two magnet synchronous electric motors and generates 394-hp and 512 lb.-ft. of torque and achieves 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds. In just 85 minutes, you can get a 0-80% charge with a 50kWh DC rapid charger which is what is typically found at public charging stations. One fuel charge provides up to 234 miles.

Features and Technology

Amazing comfort is available with 18-way Windsor leather heated and cooled front sport seats with heated rear seats as well optional four-zone climate control. The standard Touch Pro® duo infotainment system includes 10-inch and lower 5.5-inch touchscreen displays to control entertainment functions, climate control, and other vehicle features. Navigation Pro is included and gives you the option to display your range details and driving instructions in either 2D or 3D. As you’re cruising, you will experience your favorite music through the available 15-speaker Meridian™ surround sound system.


The I-PACE was engineered with safety in mind and includes multiple standard and available features. Standard safety features include a 6-airbag system, rear camera, emergency braking cruise control and speed limiter, lane keep assist, and driver condition monitor. The innovative driver condition monitor is designed to give a warning if it detects that the driver is getting drowsy.


Starting at $69,500 MSRP

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