This exclusive fresh addition to the Jaguar I-PACE range benefits from an enhanced specification, which includes a panoramic roof, privacy glass, and a BlackPack comprising Gloss Black finish applied to the door mirror caps and the grille, grille surround, side window surrounds, and rear badges.
Customers with single-phase households using 7kW wall boxes can achieve up to 35 km of charge per hour; a full charge takes 12.75 hours.
When charging ‘on the go’, the 60 kW DC units found along with the Jaguar Power Way public charging network in South Africa can add up to 100 km of range in just 20 minutes, with charges from 0 to 80% in just over one hour.
South Africa expects to introduce the Jaguar I-PACE Black in the third quarter of 2021, with pricing to be announced closer to the time.
It offers customers around the world an unrivalled balance of all-wheel drive performance, refinement, luxury, and agility – together with outstanding real-world range and day-to-day usability.
A global success today and the 88 global automotive award recipients – including the Auto Trader 2020 South African Car of the Year, and triple accolades of 2019 World Car of the Year, World Car Design of the Year, and World Green Car.
There is also a precursor to the all-electric Jaguars of tomorrow.
From 2025, Jaguar will be a pure-electric luxury brand with a beautiful new portfolio of engaging designs and pioneering next-generation technologies.
Customers can find further insights into the advantages of ownership in Jaguar’s Electrification Hub.
Here you can find out everything you need to know I-PACE whether it’s maximizing range and making the most of each charge, or how to charge at home or using the growing network of South Africa’s public chargers.