During the announcement, Jaguar stated it designed the I-PACEâ€™s chassis around the battery. Internally, it revealed the design was inspired from its gorgeous C-X75 supercar coupe concept we saw a few years back. Hereâ€™s how Jaguar describes the design:
The I-PACE exhibits the cabin-forward design of a mid-engine supercar, but allows for maximized interior space for both passengers and their cargo. Purposefully aerodynamic, all of the exterior design details that make up for the I-PACE follow an ethos of aerodynamic function and flow-enhanced design, creating a vehicle that is a bold and beautiful statement for the future of Jaguar.
Another aspect Jaguar kept mum on was driver assist systems. The I-PACE is outfitted with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and many of its features come as standard, although there are some optional packages.
Standard ADAS features include lane keep assist, clear exit monitoring, park assist and rear traffic monitoring. The Drive Pack adds blind spot assist, adaptive cruise control with stop and go, and high-speed emergency braking.
The only thing Jaguar did not specifically address in the dealer guide is pricing. After the event last week, the U.K. pricing was revealed (beginning at Â£63,495), but it tends to differ from the U.S. variants. Jaguar will continue to show off the I-PACE at the Geneva Auto Show. As more details become available, such as pricing, weâ€™ll cover them accordingly.