New Jaguar I-Pace patent images releasedDecember 4, 2020
Judging by those images of the updated Jaguar I-Pace, which appeared on the website of the patent office, the British novelty will receive a very slight update in appearance.
The all-electric Jaguar I-Pace crossover will obviously get a bit of a facelift, as can be seen from recently released patent images. Jaguar applied to register these images on January 24, 2019, and the international registration date is December 1, 2020.
I must say that the differences between the new version of the I-Pace electric car and the current one are quite insignificant. Up front, the lower bezel headlights appear longer, and the metal trim appears to run diagonally between the lower air intake and the grille above it.
The most noticeable changes took place in the rear of the new I-Pace.
The rear bumper now has air vents on each side – these design elements are highlighted with chrome strips. It’s unclear if these exhaust vents are purely aesthetic or serve to improve the overall aerodynamics of the car.
A major interior change in the updated crossover seems unlikely due to the big interior changes in the 2021 I-Pace. The car now uses the Pivi Pro infotainment system with a 10-inch top screen and a 5-inch bottom display. The driver gets a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster. To improve functionality, the navigation system can determine the best charger nearby, inform the owner if it is in use, the cost of charging, and provide an approximate charging time.
The 2021 Jaguar I-Pace also features an 11 kilowatt three-phase AC charger. It should charge a 90 kWh battery in about 8 hours and 40 minutes.
There are several other changes for the 2021 I-Pace. A 3D surround camera system is now standard. New exterior colors available – Caldera Red, Portofino Blue and Eiger Gray.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that they presented the updated Jaguar F-Pace SVR. Jaguar has unveiled the updated F-Pace SVR crossover. This is reported by CarsWeek, based on the press service of the brand.
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