Jaguar has launched the new I-Pace Black edition model for the 2021 Jaguar i-Pace.
They are based on the more upscale SE and HSE trims, with added features such as:
- 20-inch gloss black five-spoke alloy wheels
- Panoramic roof and Privacy glass
- Gloss black mirror caps, grille, side window surrounds, and rear badges
The color can be specified in black too, but customers can also pick from the typical range of I-Pace colors with metallic finishes as standard. Inside, there are Jet black leather sports seats and gloss black trim with an ebony headliner. It also gets the latest generation version of Jaguar’s excellent 10. inch Pivi Pro infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto come as standard. All trim levels feature dual-zone climate control, heated sports seats, and a heated steering wheel, keyless operation. Extras incorporate an optional wireless charging tray and cabin air ionization with PM2.5 filtration.
As with the regular I-Pace models, the edition is driven by two electric motors, one on each axle, which blend to produce 294kW and 696 nm or a 395 hp of raw power output and 512 lb-ft of torque. All-wheel drive is standard, encouraging the I-pace to climb 60 mph from a standstill in 4.8 seconds.
The 2021 Jaguar I-Pace gives you a staggering MPGe of 80 in the suburbs, 72 on the highway, and 76 combined. Jaguar says 100 kW rapid charging will add 78 miles of range in just 15 minutes. When plugged into an 11kW wall box, a full charge can be achieved in 8.6 hours, Jaguar says, while a conventional single-phase 7kW wall box will see this increase to 12.75 hours. On a full charge, it can travel up to 280 miles, according to Jaguar, but the heavier weight of the black edition may affect the range.