Jaguar I-PACE

Jaguar’s first all-electric vehicle, the I-Pace, may borrow some of its eye-catching styling cues from its siblings, the F-Type sports car and the E-Pace SUV, but it’s a standout vehicle all on its own. Besides attractive sheet metal, the I-Pace offers impressive and refined performance from its 394-horsepower battery-electric powertrain as well as a supremely luxurious ride. On the flip side, its expensive price tag, relatively modest range, and restricted rear visibility put it a step or two behind some rival models in this fast-developing segment.

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Jaguar’s first all-electric vehicle, the I-Pace, may borrow some of its eye-catching styling cues from its siblings, the F-Type sports car and the E-Pace SUV, but it’s a standout vehicle all on its own. Besides attractive sheet metal, the I-Pace offers impressive and refined performance from its 394-horsepower battery-electric powertrain as well as a supremely luxurious ride. On the flip side, its expensive price tag, relatively modest range, and restricted rear visibility put it a step or two behind some rival models in this fast-developing segment.

Jaguar I-PACE Model Lineup

The I-Pace is an all-electric luxury crossover SUV with room for five. The only all-electric vehicle built by Jaguar, the I-Pace measures roughly 11 inches longer than the subcompact E-Pace and about three inches shorter than the compact F-Pace, its gasoline-powered counterparts.

Jaguar has offered the I-Pace in three different trims: the entry-level S, the mid-tier SE, and the top-of-the-line HSE. However, in 2022, both the S and SE trims were dropped, leaving the HSE as the only available trim. All versions come well-equipped. A 10.0-inch center touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration is standard, as is a fixed panoramic sunroof and an adaptive air suspension. In terms of advanced safety features, forward collision mitigation and lane-keeping assist have been standard since 2019, while adaptive cruise control and blind-spot warning became standard in 2022 (and were previously optional). Leather upholstery and heated front seats also became standard that year. Some notable options include ventilated front seats and a wireless smartphone charger.

The I-Pace is motivated by a 90-kWh battery pack paired with two electric motors that produce a total of 394 horsepower and 512 lb-ft of torque, which is sent to all four wheels. The electric Jag is EPA-rated for between 234 and 253 miles of range, depending on the model year. Once the battery pack is depleted, a standard 240-volt AC outlet can replenish it in roughly 10-13 hours, while a DC fast-charger can top up charge levels from 0 to 80% in about 40 minutes.

Jaguar I-PACE Owner Reviews

Average Rating for 2019

4.0

158 verified owner reviews

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Top 2019 Reviews

Edwin S. from NC

Verified Owner · Sep, 2020

2019 Jaguar I-PACE First Edition

3.0

The Jaguar iPace has a lot of technical issues. My car has been in the shop 90% of the time since owing it!!

Claus B. from MA

Verified Owner · Sep, 2020

2019 Jaguar I-PACE First Edition

5.0

Terrific car

Jacquelyn M. from WA

Verified Owner · Aug, 2020

2019 Jaguar I-PACE SE

4.0

I love the performance of the I-Pace, but very much dislike the infotainment system. It's running on a slow, outdated processor and has too many/disorganized menu options. I have a long commute and was unaware the mileage range is decreased when highway driving and increased in city driving or traffic.

Dinis K. from TN

Verified Owner · Aug, 2020

2019 Jaguar I-PACE S

5.0

Great all-around vehicle, fun to drive. Highly recommend. The most complete vehicle I've ever owned.

Patricia R. from IA

Verified Owner · Jun, 2020

2019 Jaguar I-PACE First Edition

5.0

Great for an electric car

Steven S. from OR

Verified Owner · Jun, 2020

2019 Jaguar I-PACE First Edition

5.0

very fun to drive; charging can be a hassle on long road trips, so you will need to plan

David S. from CA

Verified Owner · Jun, 2020

2019 Jaguar I-PACE First Edition

5.0

The I Pace is the most beautiful fun to drive EV on the market

James H. from SC

Verified Owner · May, 2020

2019 Jaguar I-PACE SE

It's a great car, but still buggy. Be prepared for that. I love my I-Pace, but Jaguar really should do better when it comes to quality control on software.

Robert B. from CA

Verified Owner · May, 2020

2019 Jaguar I-PACE First Edition

4.0

Consider where you can charge the vehicle before you buy.

David L. from TX

Verified Owner · May, 2020

2019 Jaguar I-PACE First Edition

The Jaguar i-Pace is a great vehicle; powerful, sporty, comfortable, and very quick. Quiet comfort; great alternative to Tesla with acceptable range.