JAGUAR I-PACE MY2021 announced

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JAGUAR I-PACE MY2021 announced

Post by MEO » Tue Jun 23, 2020 10:19 am

Revamped MY2021 announced and on configurator

Jaguar has re-energised its sporty all-electric I-Pace SUV by boosting its re-charging speed and its hi-tech infotainment system.
It will provide up to 33 miles of range per hour to customers and a full charge from empty on the more powerful charger now takes only 8.6 hours, compared to 12.75 hours it took before, says Jaguar.
However, it's not all good news, because with the changes comes a higher price, with the British brand hiking RRPs by £700. 

Charged up: Jaguar has revamped the electric I-Pace with a new 11kW charger, giving customers 33 miles of range for every hour it's plugged into a three-phase electricity supply
Every new '21 model year I-Pace is fitted with a new 11kW charger, but it will only charge at 11kW where a three-phase electricity supply is available. 
Where only a single phase power supply is available, it will charge at a maximum of of 7kW (which is the same as the outgoing model).
The new 11kW charger gives around 50 per cent more range than 7kW version in the same time - increasing it from 33 miles in an hours of charging as opposed to 22 miles in the original. 
The claimed maximum range of up to 292 miles on the new real world WTLP measure remains the same, however. In What Car?'s Real Range calculation, this figures drops to just 253 miles in more realistic conditions.  

An Eco Mode helps preserve range by reducing energy depletion and encouraging a more efficient driving style
With its 12.3-inch high definition virtual instrument cluster and 10-inch and five-inch upper and lower touchscreens, the revised I-Pace is also the first Jaguar to come equipped with a new Pivi Pro infotainment system that, the firm says is ‘as intuitive as a smartphone’.
The new 2021 model year line-up also promises faster and more responsive navigation which shows the driver the location of the nearest EV charging stations, whether they are available or in use, how long it will take to charge, and how much it will cost.

Exterior styling tweaks are minimal but include an Atlas Chrome finishes to the grille and trim, and extra colours such as Caldera Red, Portofino Blue, and Eiger Grey

The price has increased by £700. Jaguar say drivers can re-coup that difference now they don't have to pay a premium rate on VED and company car drivers get 0% BIK
Order books open today for the refreshed I-Pace priced from £65,195, which represents an increase of about £700.
Although the price has risen, its ‘green’ zero-emissions means there is no Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) to pay and for company car drivers the benefit in kind tax  is currently 0 per cent (compared to 13 per cent previously). 
The I-Pace no longer qualifies for the tax-payer funded Plug-In Car Grant (PICG) subsidy, which is now capped at cars costing below £50,000 and reduces the price by an additional £3,000.
However, WhatCar? reckon potential buyers should be able to haggle at least £3,300 off the list price, and potentially more depending on model.
First deliveries of the refreshed Jaguar I-Pace will be in the Autumn. 
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Re: MY2021 announced

Post by Rob » Tue Jun 23, 2020 10:27 am

Full press release:

The Jaguar I-PACE – the world’s first premium all-electric performance SUV – now offers a new fast, intuitive infotainment system and quicker charging capability, making owning and driving an electric vehicle easier than ever.


Since its debut the I-PACE has won more than 80 global awards, including 2019 World Car of the Year, World Car Design of the Year and World Green Car, reinforcing its status as the Jaguar which tore up the rule book to become the first and best electric car of its kind.

With two Jaguar-designed electric motors at each axle, producing exceptional combined performance of 400PS and 696Nm, aluminium construction and a low centre of gravity, the I-PACE offers an unrivalled balance of all-wheel drive performance, refinement, luxury and agility – together with outstanding real-world range and day-to-day usability.

I-PACE: at a glance
The Jaguar I-PACE now delivers even more technology to make living the electric life simpler and more rewarding than ever. This is the first Jaguar to feature the new Pivi Pro infotainment system. As intuitive to use as a smartphone, Pivi Pro is fast and responsive with enhanced EV navigation that can show you if nearby charging stations are available or in use, what they cost, and how long it will take to charge.

I-PACE now comes with an 11kW on-board charger as standard, enabling customers with access to three-phase electricity supplies to enjoy significantly faster charging: when connected to an 11kW wall box 33 miles* of range (WLTP) per hour can be achieved, while a full charge from empty now takes only 8.6 hours – ideal for overnight charging at home. Customers using 7kW wallboxes also benefit from competitive charging capability – up to 22 miles of charge per hour, with a full charge taking 12.75 hours. When charging ‘on the go’, a 50kW charger will add up to 39 miles in 15 minutes, whilst a 100kW charger will add up to 78 miles over the same period.

With a focus on air quality, occupant well-being is prioritised, with cabin air ionisation now featuring PM2.5 filtration to capture ultrafine airborne particles and allergens. The I-PACE can even filter its cabin air before a journey begins.

The exterior design is enhanced with a new Atlas Grey grille tip finish and customers benefit from an enhanced paint palette, new range of wheels, and a luxurious new Bright Pack option, available on all models in the I-PACE range.

Alan Volkaerts, Vehicle Line Director, Jaguar I-PACE, said: “When we developed the I-PACE we wanted it to be the world’s most desirable electric vehicle and to show what happens when Jaguar goes electric. I think we’ve achieved those ambitious goals, and now we’ve made it even better with a new infotainment system, three-phase charging and technology that benefits driver and passengers alike.

“We’ve also subtly enhanced the design with an Atlas Grey finish to the grille mesh and with the new Bright Pack option. I-PACE was the first premium all-electric performance SUV: every change we’ve made ensures that it’s still the benchmark in its class.”

I-PACE: in detail

Smarter, faster and better connected:
The new Pivi Pro infotainment system is a highlight of the I-PACE’s spacious, luxurious interior. The 12.3-inch high-definition virtual instrument cluster, 10-inch and 5-inch upper and lower touchscreens** and multi-function, haptic rotary controllers are matched to crisp, clean, contemporary graphics for an engaging, intuitive user experience.

Inspired by smartphones, Pivi Pro is easy to use, while its powerful processor and ‘fast start-up’ ensures the system is ready to go by the time you’re in the driving seat. Supported by a built-in back-up battery, navigation initialisation takes just a few seconds.

The new and intuitive flat menu structure makes navigating the system easy with the features and functions you use regularly accessible via the home screen with just a click. The redesigned navigation system reduces the number of steps required to set a destination by half and customers are now able to pan and zoom in and out of the map with a pinch of the fingers, just as with a smartphone.

I-PACE is now available with an optional wireless device charging pad beneath the ‘floating’ centre console. Wireless charging also includes signal boosting, ensuring the phone’s signal remains stronger for longer. A Smartphone Pack with Apple CarPlay® is standard, as is Bluetooth technology which can pair two phones simultaneously ensuring you’ll always be connected. The Smartphone Pack also includes Android Auto™ as standard.

Customers need no longer be concerned about data usage or buying a SIM, as the I-PACE comes with a dual modem embedded SIM (eSIM) and complimentary 4G data plan which enables unlimited music streaming via Spotify, Deezer or Tunin and map, weather, calendar and traffic updates simultaneously***.

The new Pivi Pro infotainment system will help to get you where you want to go in less time and with less effort. The navigation uses self-learning algorithms to optimise routing, voice guidance even knows to remain quiet when you’re travelling through areas you know, and maps will always be up to date thanks to software-over-the-air (SOTA) functionality.

Stephen Boulter, Vehicle Engineering Manager, Jaguar I-PACE, said: “The Pivi Pro infotainment system makes it easy to use public charging networks. As well as showing where charging stations are it can also tell you if they’re available, what they cost to use, and an estimate of charging time. We know that most customers charge their I-PACE at home but we wanted to make charging on the go just as simple – and our new infotainment system makes that possible.”

Simplifying the process still further is Pivi Pro’s ability to automatically add charging stations to your route, if needed. The system will select the optimum chargers to minimise total journey time. On long drives, Pivi Pro can also show you the predicted charge level on arrival at each waypoint.

Driver assistance and wellbeing:
The I-PACE has been designed to keep you and your family safe and was awarded the maximum five-star EuroNCAP rating.

State-of-the-art digital technology further assists drivers and road users. Visibility is significantly enhanced with the addition of a 3D Surround Camera system as standard which provides a 360-degree digital plan view of the surrounding area and potential hazards, visible through the central touchscreen.

Inside the cabin, the ClearSight rear view mirror improves vision and convenience by ensuring the driver always has an unobstructed view of the road behind, even with three people in the rear seat or with the 656-litre luggage compartment loaded up to the roof.

ClearSight uses a wide-angle, rear-facing camera linked to a high-resolution screen within the frameless glass mirror. A small toggle switch on the mirror allows the driver to switch seamlessly between the view from the standard mirror and the camera feed.

Neatly integrated within the roof-mounted antenna module, the high-definition camera works in all conditions, including low ambient light, while a protective lip and hydrophobic coating help to repel water and ensure the camera lens remains as clean as possible.

Enhanced customer choice:
Complementing the new Atlas Grey grille tip finish is the luxurious new Bright Pack option, available on all models in the I-PACE range. The Bright Pack accentuates I-PACE’s breath-taking design with a Noble Chrome grille surround, Atlas Grey door mirror caps, Satin Chrome window surrounds and Atlas Grey for the rear diffuser. The contemporary Black Pack option is enhanced with the application of the gloss black finish to the rear badges.

A refreshed paint palette now features colours such as Caldera Red, Portofino Blue and Eiger Grey. There’s also a wider choice of wheels, with a new 19-inch design being offered for the first time on I-PACE, and replacing 18-inch wheels as standard equipment on S models.

Inside, customers can now benefit from the option of an enhanced Meridian 3D Surround Sound System with TrifieldTM technology. The system features two additional speakers in the cabin headliner, meaning the 16 speaker and one subwoofer arrangement delivers an exceptional experience for all occupants.

Going electric made easy:

The Jaguar I-PACE has been designed to ensure every step of the customer journey delivers peace of mind and makes owning an electric car as easy as possible.

With a range of up to 292 miles (WLTP) from its 90kWh battery, customers with an average daily commute would only need to charge their I-PACE once a week****.

I-PACE is offered with an 8 year or 100,000 mile battery warranty.
A range calculation tool on makes it easy to see how factors such as vehicle speed, ambient temperature and climate control settings can influence the real-world range you could expect to achieve.

Jaguar has developed the iGuide app making it simple to find and understand the key features and controls of your Jaguar I‑PACE. It also doubles as your mobile owner’s manual, ensuring the answer to any question about charging are at your fingertips.

For queries ‘on the go’ I-PACE customers can also get help 24/7 from the I-Assistance service – at the touch of a button they’ll be connected directly to an expert to answer any queries about the vehicle.

Every home charging point from Jaguar’s recommended partners comes smart enabled, meaning you can conveniently activate and deactivate you charging progress straight from your smart phone.

When charging in public places the I-PACE’s charging cable locks into place as soon as the car is locked, and cannot be disconnected until the vehicle is unlocked, giving you the freedom to go about your day while the vehicle charges up.

The Jaguar I-PACE has an Eco Mode which helps preserve 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.

The I-PACE is equipped with Software over the Air (SOTA) functionality. This means Systems including infotainment, battery management and charging can be updated remotely and enable the I-PACE to continuously improve over time.

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Re: MY2021 announced

Post by Rob » Tue Jun 23, 2020 10:31 am

New press photos released:





































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Re: JAGUAR I-PACE MY2021 announced

Post by Volkswarren » Tue Jun 23, 2020 3:40 pm

Looks nice but not enough changes for me to justify moving from a MY19
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Re: JAGUAR I-PACE MY2021 announced

Post by Gtquan » Tue Jun 23, 2020 4:39 pm

Brings up question of what to do at end of my lease in 2022. I was going to buy it out then if the car remains reliable. Tempting to lease the updated version.

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Re: JAGUAR I-PACE MY2021 announced

Post by fishouttawater » Tue Jun 23, 2020 4:59 pm

What the shiny press release leaves out is that they've removed the base non-metallic black option, so that's another £735 for a colour that isn't white or a terrible shade of red and they've removed stop & go adaptive cruise from the SE model, and the Park pack, which was standard before, seems to be completely gone from all models, not even as a paid for option!

I'd been trying to order a 2020 model through my work car scheme since May 11th and now the 2021 model adds 11kw which I can't use as don't have 3-phase power, ups the price, and strips out base features.

About the only improvement I can see is if you wanted the black 20" rims, they're now half the price they used to be and the single 19" rim option seems like a good compromise between the 18" economy and 20" looks.

It looked for a moment like they took the memory feature out of the SE electric seats as it wasn't mentioned in the S/SE/HSE comparison screen, but on the seating page when selecting upgraded seats, it shows 12-way electric memory seats being removed.

Seriously considering looking at the XC40 Recharge full electric again....

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Re: JAGUAR I-PACE MY2021 announced

Post by Fluff » Tue Jun 23, 2020 6:19 pm

I just found that you lose the lower touchscreen on the S. its a £410 option.

And carpet mats now standard.

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Re: JAGUAR I-PACE MY2021 announced

Post by jpbates » Tue Jun 23, 2020 7:28 pm

HSE now has HUD as standard
On order ETA was March built 18th June delivery around 13th July 2020. HSE Firenze Red, Pano Roof, HUD, Black pack, 5055 18", Active Suspension and Air, Front Fogs, Ebony Sports Seats, Light morzine headlining.

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Re: JAGUAR I-PACE MY2021 announced

Post by Crazymind » Tue Jun 23, 2020 8:19 pm

Will the infotainment be upgraded to old MY?

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Re: JAGUAR I-PACE MY2021 announced

Post by Abu Dhabi Dude » Tue Jun 23, 2020 8:33 pm

I actually find it a bit irritating that Jaguar increased the price because customers are saving money with the new incentives. So that’s zero incentive then.

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