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    2019 Jaguar I-Pace to Start At $70,495

      Undercuts the Tesla Model X by $10,000


    Jaguar has revealed the pricing for the upcoming I-Pace EV and it significantly undercuts the Tesla Model X. A base model I-Pace will set you back $70,495 with destination and not including the various federal and state incentives. This is about $10,000 less than the base Model X 75D, although the Model X is slightly bigger than the I-Pace.

    For that price, you get a 90-kWh battery pack providing an estimated range of 240 miles. This feeds two electric motors that provide a total output of 394 horsepower and 512 pound-feet of torque. Using a 100-kW DC fast charger will give the battery an 80 percent charge in 40 minutes. This increases 10.1 hours when using a 230-volt, 32-amp Level 2 home charger.

    Jaguar has been taking orders for the I-Pace since the first of this month and deliveries are expected to begin in the second half of 2018.

    Source: Jaguar 
    Press Release is on Page 2


    U.S. PRICING ANNOUNCED FOR JAGUAR I-PACE

    • All-electric Jaguar I-PACE priced from $69,500 (1) in the U.S.
    • Equipped with a 90kWh battery, the I-PACE delivers an estimated range of up to 240 miles (2)
    • Owners can achieve 80 percent battery charge from empty in approximately 40 minutes using 100kW DC fast chargers (3)
    • 0-80 percent charge at home using a 230V AC wall box can be achieved in just over 10 hours (3)
    • U.S. customer deliveries to begin during the second half of 2018
    • Since the debut of the Jaguar I-PACE Concept, U.S. customers have been registering their interest to purchase the new Jaguar I-PACE at www.jaguarusa.com
    • As of March 1, Jaguar retailers have been able to place customer orders for the new I-PACE
    • Jaguar I-PACE to make its North American debut at the 2018 New York International Auto Show

    (MAHWAH, N.J.) – March 6, 2018: Following its public debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, today Jaguar announced U.S. pricing for the 2019 Jaguar I-PACE.

    Priced from $69,500 before federal and local government incentives1, the Jaguar I-PACE establishes a new mid-size premium battery electric vehicle (BEV) segment.

    “With the debut of the Jaguar I-PACE, Jaguar in the U.S. is officially in the luxury electric vehicle business and our retailers and customers are placing orders,” said Joe Eberhardt, President and CEO of Jaguar Land Rover North America.  “In partnership with our retailers who are investing in new facilities and EV infrastructure, we have a proactive market strategy led by very competitive pricing and the Jaguar EliteCare electric vehicle ownership package. We think the entire journey of buying, owning and driving an I-PACE will be one our customers will love for life.”

    Featuring a 90kWh battery, the I-PACE delivers an estimated range of up to 240 miles and 0-60mph acceleration in as little as 4.5 seconds on its way to a top speed of 124mph2,4.

    I-PACE owners will have the convenience of using both AC and DC power to charge their vehicle; with 0-80 percent charge achievable in approximately 40 minutes using a 100kW public fast charger, or just over 10 hours using a 230V/32amp charger3.

    Estimated Charging Times3:

     

    0 – 80% Charge

    0 – 100% Charge

    AC Charge Time - Domestic

    7kW – (Single Phase, 230V/32A)

    Approx. 10.1 hrs

    Approx. 12.6 hrs

    DC Charge Time - Commercial

    50kW

    Approx. 85 mins

     

    DC Charge Time - Commercial

    100kW

    Approx. 40 mins

     

     

    CHARGING AT HOME

    In-home charging is facilitated by the vehicle’s 7kW on-board charger and a Mode 2 universal cable which will ship with the vehicle as standard. Using the mode 2 charger, I-PACE customers will be able to charge via a domestic 110V or 230V wall socket.

    Customers may also chose to have a Level 2, 230V/32amp charger installed inside or outside of their home. To help Jaguar customers have home chargers installed, Jaguar Land Rover will be developing a nationwide network of certified independent electricians, which will be the subject of a future announcement.

    RETAILER NETWORK AND INVESTMENTS

    In conjunction with the expansion of the Jaguar and Land Rover model lineups, including its first electrified vehicles, Jaguar and Land Rover retailers have committed to invest $1.5B on new facilities and enhanced owner experiences over the next 5 years in North America. The new retail facility design standard to be adopted by retailers nationwide creates modern dual branded retail environments. There are 207 total dealerships in the United States, including 166 Jaguar franchises.

    In the lead up to the start of sales for I-PACE later this year, retailers have also heavily invested in the training of their sales and service personnel to better understand the EV market; concerns owners may have throughout the purchase process; the intricacies on how to repair these vehicles and how to do so safely.

    Jaguar & Land Rover retailers have already begun installation of electric vehicle charging equipment, getting ready to sell and service Jaguar and Land Rover electrified vehicles when they go on sale beginning in the second half of 2018.




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    This isn't a bad price, they undercut Tesla and I think the interior is pretty nice on this car.  I think it is still a bit pricey given what other performance SUVs are out there for $70,000, had the Jag been priced at $65k I think it would be a lot more successful.  With the tax rebate for a couple years it makes it competitive with the $60k range gas SUVs though.

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    ooooOOOOOooooo; so this is a CUV/SUV.
    I really never heard where it was supposed to 'go'.
    Anyone have a pic of the lift gate open?

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    13 hours ago, balthazar said:

    ooooOOOOOooooo; so this is a CUV/SUV.
    I really never heard where it was supposed to 'go'.
    Anyone have a pic of the lift gate open?

    Seems weird that they have no updated pic of the i-Pace trunk, but then it is in that regards just like the ICE F-Pace CUV.

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    @William Maley Seems they have updated the web site for i-Pace and they now state that the starting price is $69,500 for this EV.

    https://www.jaguarusa.com/all-models/i-pace/index.html?abkid=424-649526&utm_content=content&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=%2Bjaguar %2Bi %2Bpace&utm_campaign=JCB_FL_130 - I-PACE - 2016&c

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    We'll My i-Pace Build comes out to $89,940 seems fully loaded you hit just under $95,000. Just those last few options I really don't care about. So I doubt I would take them unless the dealership ordered fully loaded and then discounted it.

    I really like the ability to go monochromatic on the car and drop all the brushed aluminum on the outside. I also love the warm brown interior option.

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    I really love that they let you build the auto and then create a PDF file of your custom build with all details and costs.

    GDF-Jaguar-i-pace-Configuration.pdf

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    6 hours ago, dfelt said:

    Seems weird that they have no updated pic of the i-Pace trunk, but then it is in that regards just like the ICE F-Pace CUV.

    See the source image

    @William Maley Seems they have updated the web site for i-Pace and they now state that the starting price is $69,500 for this EV.

    https://www.jaguarusa.com/all-models/i-pace/index.html?abkid=424-649526&utm_content=content&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=%2Bjaguar %2Bi %2Bpace&utm_campaign=JCB_FL_130 - I-PACE - 2016&c

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    That's without the $995 destination charge. The price I mentioned in the story adds it in.

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    15 minutes ago, William Maley said:

    That's without the $995 destination charge. The price I mentioned in the story adds it in.

    Very cool, thanks for clarifying that, I missed the destination charge.

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