In the world of electric cars, it can feel like a race for automakers to strive to produce newer, better, or faster cars. Sometimes, however, they just get it right. One example is the 2020
At the time it was released, the I-Pace HSE was notable for being the
best all-electric release from Jaguar yet, and set a benchmark for what was to come from the luxury car brand.
The 2020 version not only successfully resolved some quirks present in earlier models from Jaguar, such as the unintuitive and distracting onboard technology platform, but the I-PACE far exceeded expectations.
Subtlety was key in the making of the 2020 Jaguar I-PACE HSE, and
Jerrybreaks down all the minute changes that resulted in a truly standout EV.
Jaguar EVs are up to speed
The improvements that went into making the 2020 I-PACE HSE set a new precedent for Jaguar’s place in the electric car segment, and it only continued improving with newer models. But what made the 2020 I-PACE stand out?
For one, a reviewer at
CNETcited the sleek, low-slung exterior of the 2020 Jaguar I-Pace HSE as one of the best in its class. While the performance of this sporty EV was about average compared to its peers, it made up for it with superb handling, responsive steering, and some offroading ability that is rare for EVs.
The I-PACE comes with a standard all-wheel-drive featuring two electric motors that produce a combined 394 horsepower and 512 pound-feet of torque.
The signature smooth and swift acceleration that many drivers have come to love about electric vehicles is present in the I-PACE, which can go from zero to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds.
The I-PACE HSE trim also sports some added perks such as nicer leather upholstery, a gesture-controlled tailgate, 360-degree camera system, heated rear seats, and a 15-speaker Meridian audio system.
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The 2020 Jaguar I-Pace HSE: charging, range, and pricing
The 2020 Jaguar I-Pace HSE sports a 90 kWh battery pack that is capable of covering 234 miles. This fares better than the 2020 Audi E-Tron which had a range of 204 miles.
According to Jaguar, it takes about 12.9 hours on a 230-volt AC Level 2 charger at home and about 10 hours to 80 percent charge. A 50-kWh DC high-speed system takes about 85 minutes for a full charge or 40 minutes to 80 percent.
The battery pack also comes with an 8-year/100,000-mile warranty. If the battery falls below 70 percent efficiency in that time frame, Jaguar will replace it for you.
If you're thinking about buying a used 2020 Jaguar I-PACE HSE, the MSRP is $81,925 before options.
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