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Jaguar is on the precipice of its new era as it plans to become a fully electric brand in 2025. In the meantime, the 2024 I-Pace SUV previews the British automaker’s electrified future. So, how much can car shoppers seeking a big cat with zero emissions expect to pay for an I-Pace, both in its base guise and with all its available add-ons, accessories, and upgrades? Here’s how much a 2024 Jaguar I-Pace costs.

The 2024 Jaguar I-Pace starts at $72,000

The 2024 Jaguar I-Pace is priced slightly higher than the 2023 model year with a base MSRP of $72,000. For reference, the 2023 Audi e-tron starts at $70,900, and the Genesis GV60 commands just over $60,000 in its base trim. However, unlike its rivals, the I-Pace is only available in one trim, the R-Dynamic HSE.

As standard, the I-Pace R-Dynamic HSE rides on 20-inch wheels and an adjustable air suspension with a power tailgate, LED headlights, heated and power-folding exterior mirrors, and keyless entry and ignition. Creature comforts include a panoramic glass roof, dual-zone climate control, leather upholstery, interior ambient lighting, and heated and ventilated front seats. Standard connectivity is highlighted by a 12.3-inch driver’s display and 10-inch touchscreen, wireless charging, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 15-speaker Meridian sound system, and navigation.

The I-Pace is also fitted with a suite of driver’s aids like automatic forward emergency braking, lane-keep assist, adaptive cruise control, blind spot alert with rear cross-traffic warning, and more.

The Jaguar I-Pace delivers 394 horsepower and 246 miles of driving range

The 2024 Jaguar I-Pace is motivated by dual electric motors, and as such, it features all-wheel drive as standard, with its battery offering up to 90 kWh of capacity. Power output is 394 horsepower and 512 lb-ft of torque, good enough for a Jaguar-claimed 0-60 mph time of 4.5 seconds.

The EPA gave the 2023 model year I-Pace a rating of up to 246 miles when equipped with its standard 20-inch wheels and 217 miles on optional 22-inch units.  

Jaguar claims the I-Pace can replenish its electrons from 0 to 80% in 10.1 hours at 7kW, while DC charging at 50kW cuts the time to 85 minutes. Overall, the I-Pace lags behind its competitors in charge times — at its max rate, the GV60 can be rejoiced from 10 to 80% in just 18 minutes.

However, the I-Pace has received some updates for its 2024 model year. The grille, which was previously finished in gloss black with a “lozenge” pattern, is now smooth, as is more standard in EV models, and finished in Atlas Gray. A heated steering wheel and Ebony Suedecloth headliner are also now standard.   

The I-Pace’s options can quickly balloon its price

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The Jaguar I-Pace isn’t the strongest value prospect among its rivals — that crown goes to the Genesis GV60 — and going crazy with the options box can quickly swell its price. Fortunately for buyers, the most desirable features are standard.

The exception is exterior paint. Only one color, Fuji White, incurs no additional cost. Several more colors are offered for $950 to $1,550. Two ultra-pricey tones are also available, Eiger Grey or Carpathian Grey, with satin finishes, each commanding $7,450. Other exterior add-ons include a choice of two 22-inch wheel options ($2,000), chrome exterior trim ($500), or a black contrast roof ($450).

Three upholstery colors are offered as no-cost options. Carbon fiber weave trim is available for $1,300, and the Driver Intelligence Pack ($1,900) includes a digital rearview mirror and head-up display. Limited factory options like rubber floor mats and a panoramic roof sunshade are also offered, each for a few hundred dollars.

A 2024 Jaguar I-Pace with all available options packages, exterior/interior upgrades, and accessories rings in at $88,305. At that price, the I-Pace begins to compete with far larger, more luxe, and more efficient models, so buyers should likely practice some constraint on optional extras.