Sales of the basic version of the crossover Jaguar I-Pace 2021 began in EuropeAugust 25, 2020
The base equipment of the 2021 model year version of the Jaguar I-Pace electric crossover has been quietly introduced to the German market. The novelty, which has received the designation EV320 SE, will be available for purchase only until the end of this year.
According to official data, in the German car market, prices for the electric crossover I-Pace in the basic version of the EV320 SE start at 64,957 euros, which is much lower than the starting price of the next EV400 S, which is 75,351 euros.
The version of the model, which will only be available until the end of 2020, is the most affordable version of the British crossover.
It uses the same 90 kWh battery as all other versions of the I-Pace crossover, but the electric motors have been calibrated so they now put out a total of 316 hp. power and 500 Nm of torque.
The drop in power means that the EV320 SE electric crossover will be able to sprint to the first hundred in 6.4 seconds, compared with 4.8 seconds for the Jaguar I-Pace EV400 S version. Top speed also limited to 180 km / h, which is below the 200 km / h top speed of the 400-rated crossover. Interestingly, the EV320 SE’s range remains at 470 km, like the more powerful version of the crossover.
As the base Jaguar I-Pace name suggests, the limited edition model comes standard with the SE Equipment Package, which is an optional extra on the EV400 S. This kit includes 20-inch wheels in an exclusive six-spoke design, electric tailgate, electrically foldable and heated side mirrors, LED headlights and 14-way sports seats with grained leather and memory features. The crossover is also available with blind spot monitoring and other driving aids. It received the same changes as all other versions of the 2021 I-Pace, including the Pivi Pro infotainment system with two touchscreens.
Not so long ago, we wrote that Jaguar is developing a Tesla Model 3 competitor. New details about the electrification of the Jaguar line have become known. After the electric version of the XJ, another electric vehicle is expected to compete with the Tesla Model 3.
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