Q: What are the main benefits of owning an electric vehicle (EV)?
Q: What type of electric vehicle is I-PACE?
Q: Are there drawbacks to owning an electric vehicle?
Q: Can the electricity transmission network handle the increasing number of electric vehicles?
Q: Where can I find out more information about electric vehicles (EVS)?


Q: What factors affect range?
Q: Is I-PACE’s predicted range facility accurate?
Q: If the battery runs out of charge, will the car just stop?
Q: Does driving with my lights on reduce my range?


Q: What does kilowatt-hour (kWh) mean?
Q: Is the battery flammable?
Q: Does temperature affect the battery?
Q: Does the battery get hot during operation?
Q: Does the battery have a warranty?
Q: How are batteries disposed of?


Q: How long does it take to fully recharge the Jaguar I-PACE?
Q: Who can install a wall box for me?
Q: Is a wall box included with the price of the vehicle?
Q: If I install a wall box, what happens if I decide to move home?
Q: Will I also be able to charge other electric vehicles using the approved Jaguar wall box?
Q: Can I use someone else's wall box, or do I need to makes sure it’s compatible?
Q: What if I have a parking spot in an apartment building, can I install a wall box?
Q: How much does it cost to charge an electric vehicle?
Q: Can I charge my vehicle using a photovoltaic system (solar) at home?
Q: Can I charge at any public charging station?
Q: Why has Jaguar not created its own dedicated public charging network?
Q: How do I find charging stations?
Q: How is the charging cable protected against theft when using public charging?
Q: Can I-PACE be driven with a charging cable still plugged in?
Q: Can electric vehicles be charged in the rain?
Q: Why is the first 80 per cent charge so much faster than the final 20 per cent?
Q: How many days can an electric vehicle be left without charging? For instance, can I leave it parked at the airport?
Q: What are 'destination charging' and 'journey charging'?
Q: Is there an iOS or Android app that can assist with managing how I charge I-PACE?


Q: How does the handling compare to ‘conventional’ cars?
Q: What is regenerative braking?
Q: Jaguar vehicles have typically had different driver modes. Do electric vehicles have similar features?


Q: Are electric vehicles safe?
Q: What happens if I get caught in a flood?
Q: Can I use an electric vehicle in a car wash?
Q: Can electric vehicles be charged in the rain?


Q: Are electric vehicles difficult to maintain?
Q: Can an electric vehicle be towed if there is an electrical fault or the battery has no remaining charge?
Q: If an electric vehicle gets a puncture can the vehicle be raised in the same manner as a conventional vehicle?

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WLTP (Worldwide harmonised Light vehicle Test Procedure) is the new process that has been phased in from 2017, which measures fuel, energy consumption, range and emissions in passenger vehicles in Europe. This is designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. It tests vehicles with optional equipment and with a more demanding test procedure and driving profile.

Official EU test figures from manufacturer tests under EU legislation. For comparative purposes only. Real-world figures and overall EV performance data may vary according to driving and environmental variables.

Performance data not applicable to models sold in China.

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