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Jaguar I-Pace 2018 full pricing and specs confirmedJaguar I-Pace 2018 full pricing and specs confirmed

The Jaguar I-Pace will be available in four trim levels, ranging from $119,000 before on-roads to just under $160,000.

Jaguar Australia has detailed local pricing and specifications for its emissions-free I-Pace, with the four-variant all-electric SUV range kicking off at $119,000 before on-road costs and topping out at $159,700.

The four trim levels – S, SE, HSE and First Edition – all share the same 294kW/680Nm electric drivetrain mated to a 90kWh lithium-ion battery pack, with a claimed driving range of 480 kilometres. 

The base model I-Pace S features 18-inch alloys wheels, LED headlights, semi-powered sports seats, ‘Luxtec’ upholestery, a dual-screen multimedia system, satellite navigation and a Meridian sound system.

Safety wise, the S gets auto emergency braking (up to 80km/h), driver fatigue monitoring, traffic sign recognition, lane-keep assist, rear cross-traffic and a rear-view camera.

Jaguar I-Pace 2018 full pricing and specs confirmedJaguar I-Pace 2018 full pricing and specs confirmed The four trim levels are S, SE, HSE and First Edition.

Jumping up to the $130,200 SE grade adds 20-inch alloy wheels, premium LED headlights and power adjustable leather sports seats with memory function. 

The SE boasts extra safety gear too, with blind-spot assist, adaptive cruise control with stop/start and autonomous emergency braking up to 160km/h as standard.

Topping the full-time I-Pace line-up is the HSE, which commands a $140,800 price, and features 20-inch wheels with a diamond-turned finish, matrix LED headlights, power-adjustable ‘Windsor’ leather sports seats, an upgraded Meridian sound system and a 360-degree surround-view camera.

When the I-Pace is launches locally in October, a limited-run First Edition will also be available for $159,700 featuring a bespoke set of 20-inch alloy wheels in ‘Technical Grey’, an extended Windsor leather interior, a head-up display, panoramic roof, quad-zone climate control and configurable ambient interior lighting.

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