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I‑PACE has a range of 470km (292miles) on the WLTP cycle*. This is enabled through its high tech lithium-ion battery which has a capacity of 90kWh. Next generation electric car technology and our passion for design combine to deliver a zero tailpipe emissions vehicle that remains unmistakably Jaguar.


See how Jaguar I-PACE fits seamlessly into your lifestyle with a single charge, by adjusting the settings below.


See how Jaguar I-PACE fits seamlessly into your lifestyle with a single charge.

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Based on the average UK journeys, I-PACE could take you on ALL of the following:
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Urban: The majority of your driving takes place in and around town travelling at an average speed of 27km/h (17mph).

Motorway: The majority of your driving takes place on the motorway at an average speed of 92km/h (57mph).

Combined: Your regular commute involves a combination of urban and motorway driving, at an average speed of 47km/h (29mph).




Fuel Consumption: N/A CO2 Emissions: 0(g/km) EV Range: Up to 470 km EV Range figures are calculated on the WLTP cycle based upon production vehicle over over a standardised route. Range achieved will vary depending on vehicle and battery condition, actual route, environment and driving style.
Above number of journey’s are estimations ONLY, based on The Department for Transport’s 2016 National Travel Survey, Table NTS0405, Average* trip length by trip purpose: England, 1995/97 to 2016 using 2016 trip data published 27 July 2017. The full report includes 14 journey types of which four were selected for illustrative purposes. Types and distance were: (1) Commuting (9.0); (2) Shopping Trips (4.0); (3) Visits to see friends, taken by averaging row 17 ‘visiting friends at home’ (10.2) and row 18 ‘visiting friends elsewhere’ (6.2) yielding a data value of (8.2); and (4) Entertainment (7.4). Distribution of journey types for illustrative purposes only. For simplicity, partial trips were rounded to the nearest whole number.

Fuel Consumption: N/A CO2 Emissions: 0(g/km) EV Range: Up to 292 miles EV Range figures are calculated on the WLTP cycle based upon production vehicle over over a standardised route. Range achieved will vary depending on vehicle and battery condition, actual route, environment and driving style.


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.


I‑PACE’s battery is charged via the car’s plug-in charge point, discreetly located behind the front wheel arch. Once plugged in, you are free to leave I‑PACE to charge. The vehicle will automatically stop charging when it reaches full charge. It’s safe to charge the car in the rain, or even when parked in snow, as the charging system is entirely self-contained.

  • I-PACE Home Charging Cable Plugged into a wall box


    For optimum charging at home, you can install a recommended Jaguar wall box1. I-PACE is equipped with a 7kW single phase AC on-board charger2, which can fully recharge the vehicle overnight and deliver up to 35km (22 miles) of range per hour. When using a domestic socket, charging rates are slower than a wall box (up to 11km of range per hour), but are sufficient to cover the average daily commute of 60km (38 miles) if the vehicle is charged overnight.

  • I-PACE Charging at a Roadside charging port


    The best way to get a quick top up of your battery’s charge for those long journeys is with DC chargers – a typical 50kW charger can deliver up to 270km (168 miles) of range per hour3. As the public charging infrastructure improves, I-PACE will be equipped to accept up to a 100kW DC charge rate. This means you can easily add 100km (62 miles) of range in just 15 minutes. Depending upon the service provider, public AC chargers can have a range of outputs. You can also find convenient charging points at places you may want to stay for several hours – or even overnight – including local shopping centres, hotels and gyms. Simply pull up, plug in, then go enjoy yourself.  


  • I-PACE Home Charging Cable.


    The home charging cable enables you to charge the vehicle using a domestic power socket. Ask your Jaguar Retailer for more information on using I-PACE in other countries.

  • I-PACE Public Charging Cable


    The Public Charging Cable (known as a Mode 3 Charging Cable) connects I-PACE to standard AC public charging points4. This cable can also be used to connect to a home wall box. Rapid DC public charging points feature a tethered cable so you do not need to supply your own. Ask your Jaguar Retailer for more information on your local and national public charging networks.


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.



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.


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

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.

27kW electricity supply is available in most countries.

3Jaguar 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% capacity, or just for the extended range required.

4A Public Charging Cable (Mode 3 Charging Cable) is supplied as standard with I‑PACE models sold in mainland Europe.

*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.

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.

Performance data not applicable to models sold in China.