The 2022 Jaguar I-Pace is a fascinating all-electric crossover that looks good and drives well.
Its luxury designation and price will limit its mainstream popularity, but there's no denying that the I-Pace's futuristic facade captures the imagination.
Although it fell short of its claimed driving range in our real-world test and was slow to charge using a common outlet, the 2022 I-Pace proves that EVs can be electrifying in other ways.
It now offers a complimentary 4G data plan, a 360-degree camera system, and wireless charging.Jaguar I-Pace
The optional Bright package adds chrome exterior trim, Atlas Grey accents, and other minor styling changes.
The I-Pace also receives a 11.0-kW onboard charger that delivers quicker at-home charging than the old 7.0-kW version.
Now, it'll take you 8.6 hours to fully recharge a dead battery versus 12.6 hours before, according to Jaguar. I-Pace
The I-Pace boasts standard all-wheel drive thanks to two electric motors that produce a combined 394 horsepower and 512 pound-feet of torque.
The I-Pace has a comfortable ride courtesy of its standard air suspension as well as satisfying steering feedback.
Every I-Pace features a 90.0-kWh battery pack that provides an EPA-rated driving range of 253 miles.
Those without access to the fastest charging option will have to wait a claimed 8.6 hours to fully replenish the battery using the more common 240-volt AC outlet.
The government estimates the 2022 I-Pace will get 80 MPGe in the city, 72 MPGe on the highway, and 76 MPGe combined.
Jaguar complements the I-Pace's stylish exterior with a sophisticated cabin that boasts a flashy dashboard and ample passenger space.
Of course, the I-Pace can be outfitted with many desirable features such as four-zone climate control
Every I-Pace comes with a touch-sensitive infotainment system that includes a 10.0-inch upper screen for audio and the like as well as a 5.5-inch lower display that primarily handles cabin climate.