The popular Jaguar I-PACE has won many awards for its design, proving the model is being recognised globally.
The all-electric performance SUV appeal has been heightened further by the new edition, the I-PACE Black according to Motorpress.
The new addition to the I-PACE range has been given enhanced specifications. This includes a panoramic roof, privacy glass and a Black Pack comprising Gloss Black finish which has been applied to the door mirror caps as well as the grille, grille surrounding, side window surrounding and rear badges.
This amazing, sporty look is complete with the gloss black finish of the 20-inch five-spoke wheels. The I-PACE Black is available in a number of colours including; Aruba and Farallon Pearl Black, while the interior features Ebony leather sport seats with Gloss Black trim.
Julian Thomson, Jaguar Design Director, said: “The I-PACE’s dramatic, cab-forward profile, short overhangs and taut, muscular haunches give it a sense of drama which sets it apart from other SUVs. Creating the exclusive I-PACE Black gave us the opportunity to subtly enhance the design, making it look even more dynamic, distinctive and desirable.”
The I-PACE Pivi Pro infotainment system has an embedded SIM for music streaming and it has a smartphone pack featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard.
Jaguar has been focusing on air quality, driver comfort and well-being, the cabin air ionisation now features PM2.5 filtration to capture fine airborne particles and allergens.
If you plan to go on a long journey, the Adaptive Cruise Control with Steering Assist provides full-on driver comfortability as it assists with steering, acceleration and braking, keeping the vehicle in the centre of the lane while maintaining a safe distance from vehicles ahead.
The model has two Jaguar-designed motors at each axle. The motors produce a combined performance of 294 kW with 696 NM of torque.
It has an 11 kW on-board charger that makes charging quick and convenient. When plugged into an 11 kW box, up to 53 km of range per hour can be gained. A full charge takes about 8.6 hours.
Customers who use 7 kW wall boxes may achieve up to 35 km of charge per hour, a full charge will take about 12.75 hours.
If customers are charging ‘on the go’ the 60 kW DC unit found along the Jaguar Powerway public charging stations in South Africa can add up to 100 km of range in 20 minutes.
The Jaguar I-PACE Black is scheduled for South African introduction in the third quarter of 2021 with pricing to be announced closer to the time.