Cosmetic upgrades improve the I-Pace exterior
Range unchanged for 2024
Jaguar is giving its electric I-Pace some updates for the new year. The EV will get some mild styling changes as well as some new trim levels. What the 2024 I-Pace won’t get are changes to the electric powertrain, which carries over into the new year.
The Jaguar I-Pace was one of the first electric luxury crossovers to hit the market, way back in 2018. Since then, though, it hasn’t seen much in the way of updates.
For the new model year, it Jaguar has added a new smooth grille and coloured the front blades grey. The door trim is now body colour, and there is a rear diffuser. Jag says the changes offer “heightened visual impact and presence.” Some models add a small tailgate spoiler, which comes standard if you pick the 22-inch wheels.
Speaking of 22s, all of the I-Pace wheel designs have a diamond-turned finish this year. One of the 22-inch options is grey and carbon fibre, and all of the 22s can be had with self-sealing tires.
Two satin paint shades have been added. It’s the first time the I-Pace has offered satin paint, but the two are both shades of grey.
Unchanged is the rest of the cabin, including the 10-inch screen and Pivi Pro infotainment system. The powertrain is the same as well. A four-wheel-drive system thanks to dual motors, it still offers 395 hp. With a 90 kWh battery pack, the electric range should remain at 381 km. No pricing yet, but expect it to be slightly higher than the $102,800 figure of the 2023 model.