Jaguar Malaysia Adds New Stealth Enhancing Pack To Its I-Pace

This new Stealth Enhancing Pack adds a few sleek exterior changes to the all-electric I-Pace.  

Perhaps in a bid to drum up some sales for its already rather long-in-the-tooth EV amid stiff local competition, Jaguar Land Rover Malaysia has since brought out a new Stealth Enhancing Pack for its I-Pace. 

Costing RM 12,000, this new Stealth Enhancing Pack brings with it predominantly exterior enhancements that Jaguar Land Rover Malaysia states can be fitted to both new and existing I-Paces. These new bits with this package includes a refreshed Atlas Grey front grille that is accentuated by a black and silver leaper badge, blacked out door mirrors and a body-coloured rear diffuser as well as door and bumper mouldings. 

Jaguar Land Rover Malaysia claims for these subtle exterior changes to further enhance the dynamic appearance of its I-Pace, which in turn what is arguably the best looking EV out there. The premium British marque is also currently promoting for its customers to be able to take advantage of its Financing Packages starting as low as 1.23% per annum for this aesthetics upgrade, in addition to benefitting from an Interest Subsidy programme.

Having first made it initial global debut in 2018 but only arriving locally earlier this year, two variants of the Jaguar I-Pace is currently available in Malaysia: the Black LE which is available for RM 460,800 and the HSE at RM 498,800. The difference between the two trim levels is the availability of Windsor leather-upholstered Performance specification seats, a Meridian 3D surround sound system and electronically-controlled air suspension on the more expensive variant. 

Both variants nevertheless feature the same dual-motor powertrain packing a combined 400 PS and 696 Nm of torque, which in turn translates to a 0-100 km/h time of 4.8 seconds and a quarter-mile sprint in 12.4 seconds. Power to said motors meanwhile is provided by a 90 kWh battery pack that yields a maximum WLTP-claimed range of 470 km, with peak 11 kW AC and 100 kW DC charging capabilities. 

Joshua Chin

Automotive journalist. Professional work on and Personal writing found at Instagram: @driveeveryday

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