The proportions are characterized by a long wheelbase of 2,990 mm combined with very short overhangs, for a total length of 4,682mm, similar to the F-PACE.
Thanks to this layout the I-PACE offers its passengers an interior space of a much larger vehicle.
The electric drivetrain adopts two motors for a total output of 400PS and 696Nm, coupled with a 90kWh Lithium-ion battery using 432 pouch cells that enables a range of up to 298 miles (WLTP cycle).
The dynamic look feature a couple-like silhouette influenced by the Jaguar C-X75 supercar, with its sweeping front fenders, a short, low hood, aero-enhanced roof design, curved rear screen and imposing 22-inch wheels.
This cab-forward design contrasts with its squared-off rear, which helps reduce the drag co-efficient to just 0.29Cd.
The interior is spacious – 890mm of rear legroom – and offers large storage areas as well, with a a 656 / 1,453 liters luggage compartment.
Among the premium materials is the option of a premium textile Kvadrat,
The onboard systems also includes AI algorithms that identify individual driver preferences, and then tailors the I-PACE’s driving and interior settings accordingly.
The I-PACE will be available from 1 March, in S, SE and HSE derivatives alongside a First Edition, all inspired by the design of the original concept.