2022 Jaguar I-Pace now comes with faster charging and packs better tech!

Jaguar has simplified the I-Pace range by giving it only one trim level for the new model year.

The I-Pace is Jaguar’s sole all-electric model currently on sale – it has all the right looks, tech, does more than what it says, and fits in well with a given buyer’s needs, so was there something that was left untouched? Well, the folks at Jaguar think otherwise. Enter the 2022 Jaguar I-Pace with improved tech and faster charging.

On the outside, there are no significant changes over the previous model, but if you look closely, you will find the new Atlas Grey grille tip finish, which could be optionally supplemented by the Bright Pack package, consisting of a Noble Chrome grille surround, Atlas Grey door mirror caps and rear diffuser, and Satin Chrome window surrounds. That’s it, nothing else.

On the inside, Jag’s new Pivi Pro infotainment system lets you do 90% of the common tasks in two taps or less with restructured menus and a richer home screen display. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are offered as standard because well, there is just one trim. Speaking of standard, the I-Pace now comes with a faster 11kW charger and using a 100kW DC charger, you can have 63 miles of range in just about 15 minutes.

As mentioned above, the I-Pace will now be available in only one trim level – the range-topping HSE spec, which has dual-motors making 394hp, 16-way heated and cooled powered leather front seats, LED headlights with DRLs, a powered boot, an 825-watt 3D surround sound system, and 20-inch five-spoke Gloss Dark Grey wheels with a Contrast Diamond Turned finish as standard.

The safety features on the 2022 I-Pace include the likes of adaptive cruise control with steering assist and stop & go, emergency braking, HUD, blind spot assist, clear exit monitor, driver condition monitor, lane keep assist, and traffic sign recognition with adaptive speed limiter. The prices for the 2022 I-Pace will start at $69,900 (excluding the $1,150 destination charge).

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Chirag Khanna

I can look at the headlights of a car and can tell which car it is. I am an automobile and motorsports (specializes in F1) geek, for starters. For the main-course, I write.

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