The I-Pace will also be covered by a five-year service plan and five-year roadside assistance plan, which is also a new standard for the brand.
On top of that Jaguar will also offer a special warranty for the battery pack, with eight years/160,000km coverage for the 432 pouch cell batteries that are the centrepiece of the car.
The 90kWh lithium-ion battery gives the I-Pace a claimed range of 470km and sends power to the car’s two electric motors that give it 294kW and 696Nm of performance.
Jaguar has already released pricing for the I-Pace, with the range beginning at $119,000 (plus on-road costs) when it goes on sale in November. Jaguar will initially offer four trim levels - S, SE, HSE and a limited-run First Edition.