Watch Jaguar I-Pace Caught On The Move In U.S., Plus Images

APR 19 2018 BY TOM MOLOUGHNEY 24

Jaguar’s sleek new all-electric crossover, the I-Pace, has been getting a lot of attention since its March 1st world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show, and now we’ve managed to snap exclusive first images of four I-Paces in New Jersey.

Seen in red, blue, and black below, the all-new I-Pace is certainly a head-turner.

Related – Jaguar I-Pace Priced From $70,495 U.S.

There were actually four Jaguar I-Paces driving on the roads of Northern New Jersey, today

With a 90 kWh battery, 394 HP and an estimated 240-mile range (we believe the EPA range rating will be higher than 240 miles), Jaguar beat the likes of Audi, Mercedes, and BMW to the punch, by being the first established OEM to bring a premium, long-range electric vehicle to market.

Jaguar I-Pace – Everything We Know – Videos, Specs & Images Galore

Two black pre-production Jaguar I-Paces in Montclair New Jersey

There haven’t been many sightings of the I-Pace on U.S. roads in the wild, that is, until now. InsideEVs was lucky to catch not one, but four Jaguar I-Paces in Montclair, New Jersey, with JLR employees conducting a tour of testing out public charging stations.

Pre-Production Jaguar I-Pace in Montclair, NJ. Parked near a charging BMW i3s

We didn’t have the opportunity to take interior pictures, as these were pre-production variants, and it’s common courtesy for journalists to not take interior pictures of non-production vehicles while they are being test driven, as often the interior isn’t finished, and has active testing gear.

Black Pre-Production Jaguar I-Pace in Montclair, NJ

However, the JLR employees kindly allowed us to snap a bunch of exterior shots and even posed the cars for the angles we wanted to capture.

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24 Comments on "Watch Jaguar I-Pace Caught On The Move In U.S., Plus Images"

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Miggy
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Miggy

Great looking car,nice to see them out in the wild.

SJC
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SJC

It is great looking, sets the bar for others.

Dave
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Dave

Awesome, its getting closer…

Dave
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Dave

Between seeing the prototypes and seeing the Electrify America plan for WA state, this is getting really exciting. Going to have pretty good road trip charger layout here on the West coast.

BoltUp
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BoltUp

Also think that the EPA rating will be a nice surprise, just can’t see how a 90kWh battery and a more aero form gets the same range as a Bolt. Am hoping for close to 300.

Dimitrij
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Dimitrij

Yep, I think Jaguar is underpromising so as to easily over-achieve.

Miggy
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Miggy

I just took a look at Jaguar’s UK web-site and found this:
FROM £63,495
ACCELERATION 0-60mph in 4.5 seconds
RANGE Up to 298 miles WLTP*
That’s almost 500 km of range.

Bill Howland
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Bill Howland

Excellent… So when do they go on sale nationwide?

tom
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tom

I believe they launch in the UK very soon (they are already producing production models) and come to the US in the fall.

ffbj
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ffbj

Well they are already behind in the availability date they projected, plus thy won’t produce that many this year.
Something like Bolt numbers, or a bit under, 22k.
It might take you a while to get one.

John Doe
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John Doe

The power lines caught my attention. . Why are they not in the ground?

hpver
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hpver

East coast often means older towns. Putting electrical underground after the fact gets expensive real quick.

BillT
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BillT

Looks nice overall although the rear end kind of reminds me of the first generation Acura Integra hatchback (in a good way). I wish them success because it looks more than competitive with comparably priced ICE vehicles.

Tom Moloughney
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Tom Moloughney

+1 on the Integra similarly!

Dimitrij
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Dimitrij

The i-Pace being a CUV, I feel it’s certainly a move in a right direction for the US market. But the price @$70K+++ is still too high to make a consequential impact on the course of the rEVolution. For some reason I imagine that a hypothetical 200-mile RAV4-styled/sized SUV, if its base model can be kept in the $40K range, could be the game-changer.

Oglark
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Oglark

The is the Hyundai Kona for the lower end of the market. JLR has always targeted the premium segment.

mx
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mx

Interesting comparison the the F-Pace.
This has a longer wheelbase, air-suspension option, more interior room, electric torque, quieter ride, better handling.

It must KILL the F-Pace in All Categories.
Nice to see someone other than Tesla not afraid to compete with it’s own products.

mx
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mx

Except as a pollution generator, and a gas money suck.

Shoot
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Shoot

It is a beautiful CUV and it is a Jag. They will sell very well.

DEE
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DEE

This car would not exist if it wasn’t for Tesla. And that goes for a lot more coming to market soon..

Ron
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Ron

it’s common courtesy for journalists What does the press know about common courtesy.

Senna
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Senna

The best EV ever made. Period.

Murrysville EV
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Murrysville EV

I’ve been wondering why the projected range was so low, so I’m glad InsideEVs thinks it will be higher.

IMO, this car is beautiful inside and out. I’d buy it if not for the price. The modestly-equipped one I built online was $80k – too sweet for my wallet.

David
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David

Aspect ratio of one of the pictures is messed up when seen on a phone.