2021 Jaguar I-PACE

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  • Cool design language
  • Sporty performance
  • Versatile SUV features

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How Much Does a 2021 Jaguar I-PACE Cost?

The I-Pace range starts with the S trim ($69,850). The five-passenger SUV style body design has two electric motors for a combined 394 hp and 512 lb-ft of torque. Acceleration from 0-60 mph takes 4.5 seconds, claims Jaguar. Air suspension is standard as are 18-inch alloy wheels. New 19-inch wheels are optional (for 2021 the larger wheels may become standard). A panoramic fixed sunroof helps brighten up the cabin. Inside, the infotainment system has 10-inch upper and 5.5-inch lower touchscreens to manage navigation and other vehicle systems. Front seats are 8-way power adjustable and rear folding seats are split 60/40. There are six USB ports, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration for smartphones and an 11-speaker Meridian audio system. An optional Meridian 3D surround sound system features 16 speakers and one subwoofer. Standard safety equipment includes parking sensors front and rear, forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assist and rear cross-traffic alert. The SE trim ($76,250) supplements the S equipment with 20-inch wheels, adaptive cruise control, a power lift gate, leather seat trim, power folding mirrors and LED daytime running lights. Blind-spot monitoring is added to the safety equipment. Heated front and rear seats are optional. The range topping HSE trim ($80,900) has heated and cooled front seats, with powered adjustable side bolsters and extended cushions, heated rear seats and the more powerful Meridian sound system as standard. Adaptive cruise control is added, as is a 360-degree camera system and hands-free lift gate operation.

Is the 2021 Jaguar I-PACE a Safe Car?

As detailed above the I-Pace has an impressive array of standard safety systems and driver aids. The Jaguar has yet to be crash tested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or other third party organizations.

Competition

2021 Jaguar I-PACE vs the competition

2021 Audi e-tron – We are big fans of the e-tron. Although its battery range is sub-par, its sophisticated engineering and finely finished interior are hard to pass up. 2021 Mercedes-Benz EQC – Luxury, comfortable ride and overall refinement are the main draws of this Mercedes EV. 2021 Tesla Model S – Fast and furious, the Model S is aging and not as well finished inside as other top EVs, but still commands attention. Used Tesla Model S – The Tesla flagship is the only luxury EV to have been around long enough for used prices to become more affordable.

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