|Cost to charge per mile
|Home charge time
|Rapid charge time
|13 to 25 hours
|40 to 70 mins
How long does it take to charge a Jaguar I-Pace?
The following table shows the average time taken to charge an I-Pace based on output by a variety of charger types. These can vary based on our environmental factors but should be used as a guide. Rapid charging (>50kW) times are given for 20% to 80% capacity, in line with recommendations for battery health.
|Charging time (approx.)
It is worth noting that rapid charging should be used sparingly because it can cause increased battery degradation. For more information, visit here.
Cost to charge an I-Pace
At home: based on an average UK energy tariff of 14p/kWh, the cost of a full recharge of the 90kWh battery would be £12.60 (14p x 90).
Public Rapid: based on average 24p/kWh charge for use of rapid chargers in the UK, the cost of recharging from 20% to 80% would be £12.96 (24p x 90 x (80%-20%))
That said, energy tariffs may vary based on supplier and will be greatly different if you have any generation source at your home, e.g. a solar panel. Moreover, public rapid chargers are often at commercial premises and so prices are set by companies.
How far can you travel in a Jaguar I-Pace?
The official Jaguar I-Pace range is 290 miles based on a full tank and perfect fuel efficiency conditions. In reality, you are more likely to get 80% of the total range before needing to charge, so around 230 miles is more accurate.
Based on the above costs to charge, this means that cost per mile is 5.4p per mile (£12.60/230) for home charging and 5.6p (£12.96/230) for rapid charging.
What grants are available for the Jaguar I-Pace?
See our grants page for more information on the grants generally available in the UK. The I-Pace is eligible for the following
|OLEV EVHS Grant
|Grant can be used to offset the cost of home charger installation in England and Wales.
|OLEV Plug-in Car Grant
|Used to offset the cost of plug-in vehicles up to a value of £50,000.
|EST Domestic Charge Point Grant
|Grant can be used to offset the cost of home charger installation in Scotland.
|8 years / 100,000 miles
|Vehicle Excise Duty (Years 1-5)
|Benefit in Kind Taxation (2021)
|Congestion charges (London)