The black package adds a dark and glossy finish to the grille, mirror caps, window frames and rear badges, while the 20-inch five-spoke wheels also have a glossy black appearance.
The black package adds a dark, glossy finish to the grille, mirror caps and window frames.
Jaguar has added a new Black Edition to the I-Pace lineup for the SE and HSE variants. The black package adds a dark and glossy finish to the grille, mirror caps, window frames and rear badges, while the 20-inch five-spoke wheels also have a glossy black appearance. And even the Black Badge Edition is available in all of the body colors you typically see on the Jaguar I-Pace. Inside there are ebony leather sports seats and matching headliner. The cabin is finished in gloss black. A full panoramic roof and privacy glass are also part of the package.
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Needless to say, mechanically, the Jaguar I-Pace Black Edition remains unchanged. It is powered by electric motors totaling 390 hp and 696 Nm of peak torque. There is an 11 kilowatt on-board charger and a 100 kilowatt DC fast charger. According to Jaguar, the base version of the I-Pace can travel 286.2 miles or 460.6 km on one charge. The SE Black brings that figure down to 279.9 miles or 450.5 km, and the HSE Black offers 279.0 miles or 449 km of ringing on a full tank.
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Jaguar had also recently introduced the Black Badge Edition and the new Black Edition of the I-Pace uses the same styling language. The theme is largely the same adding a lot of bright and dark accents to the sports car. Deliveries of the standard Jaguar I-Pace will begin in May of this year and we expect Jaguar to introduce the I-Pace Black Edition to our market soon.
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