I'm sure Jaguar will price the I-Pace under $75,000 so people can maximize the amount of incentives they receive. For Ontario, it seems to be based on the model you get. Some models will have purchase incentives in the 5 digits while others will only see $3,000.
hopefully it gets that cheap but at that price there's no way i am going to expect having a higher trim, they can get away with having that as a base model or one of the lower trims
Porsche can do the same thing with the Macan if they wanted to or a unique Porsche EV..
Perhaps the highest trim will be around $75,000 with the entry-level model starting at around $60,000? that sounds like a reasonable starting point before you start adding on extra packages and features.
Great source for this sort of information and to make things even better they have a list of current credits for specific models, this is really worth looking into for someone that wants to trim the cost they end up paying in the end: https://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/taxevb.shtml