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The 2020 model year brings the following updates to the I-PACE:
 Reduced model line-up:
o First Edition model no longer available; 2020MY consists of only S / SE / HSE specification packs.
 Exterior:
o New optional (030NK) Auto-dimming, Powerfold Exterior Mirror choice added for selection on the “S” specification pack.
 This allows for the selection of Drive Pack or Driver Assist Pack on “S” with Luxtec seat (in lieu of requiring memory seats, upgraded seating material & memory mirrors).
o Paint pricing updated
 Metallic Paints are now $710
 Premium Metallic Paints are now $1,550
o Photon Red paint now available on all specification packs for $710
 At 2019MY Photon Red was exclusive to the First Edition only
o Wheel pricing updated on the following wheels across all specification packs:
 031QS – 20" 5 Split-Spoke 'Style 5070' in Technical Grey with Polished Finish
 031QT – 22" 5 Spoke 'Style 5069' in Gloss Black with Diamond Turned Finish and Carbon Inserts
o Black Exterior Pack pricing updated to $375
 Interior:
o Panoramic Sunshade Pack now available as a Port Installed Accessory
 This accessory has been designed to reduce the amount of sunlight entering the cabin.
 The Panoramic Sunshade is clipped into the headliner surrounding the panoramic glass roof and can be removed and stored when not needed. Image below shows Panoramic Sunshade fitted.


I ordered the sunshade, I wish it was automatic, but at least it is something for the south!
 

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Thanks for that update, docsbc! Must the sunshade be ordered at time or purchase or is it an accessory current owners can buy? Frankly, just curious. I'm in Florida, we've had a very warm winter, and yet (surprisingly) I've never felt like I needed one.

Also, any idea where the rumor of 300mi range on MY20 came from? (was it the WLTP 294 mi rating?) Now that Model S boasts 370mi range, it sure would be nice for Jaguar to offer some range improvement. No 'range anxiety' here, but perhaps a small dose of 'range envy'? Granted, the improvement came from permanent magnet motors (hardware upgrade) utilized in the Model 3, so not something they can do OTA for existing vehicles anyway.
 

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The sunshade looks like it can be ordered aftermarket like mine was just done. Ive had issues uploading images on my mac, but the pic looks nice.

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The I-PACE will offer Head-up Display as an option on all Specification Packs. The second generation HUD unit provides full color projection and a variety of display configurations and information including; speed, gear selection, navigation guidance, Traffic Sign Recognition, Cruise Control and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems warnings and alerts.

EV Navigation
The I-PACE features EV Navigation as standard, adapting the existing Navigation Pro system to provide information and guidance about charge point locations and the most range friendly route to optimize range and reduce range anxiety. The EV Navigation system can also display a Range Map, providing a preview of how far the customer is able to travel without having to enter a specific destination.
EV Navigation allows customers to plan their journeys based on how much power is in the battery. When power is running low, it will provide warnings and navigation to the nearest charge station. If the driver attempts to set a destination beyond the current range, it will provide directions via a charging station.
 

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Bah humbug. They had led me to believe the Photon Red paint would be exclusive to First Editions. In fact, I believe that's exactly what JLR said.
 

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Is this config in the current model?

Does the current Ipace have the "EV Navigation as standard, adapting the existing Navigation Pro system to provide information and guidance about charge point locations and the most range friendly route to optimize range and reduce range anxiety. " ??
 

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The 2020 model year brings the following updates to the I-PACE:
 Reduced model line-up:
o First Edition model no longer available; 2020MY consists of only S / SE / HSE specification packs.
 Exterior:
o New optional (030NK) Auto-dimming, Powerfold Exterior Mirror choice added for selection on the “S” specification pack.
 This allows for the selection of Drive Pack or Driver Assist Pack on “S” with Luxtec seat (in lieu of requiring memory seats, upgraded seating material & memory mirrors).
o Paint pricing updated
 Metallic Paints are now $710
 Premium Metallic Paints are now $1,550
o Photon Red paint now available on all specification packs for $710
 At 2019MY Photon Red was exclusive to the First Edition only
o Wheel pricing updated on the following wheels across all specification packs:
 031QS – 20" 5 Split-Spoke 'Style 5070' in Technical Grey with Polished Finish
 031QT – 22" 5 Spoke 'Style 5069' in Gloss Black with Diamond Turned Finish and Carbon Inserts
o Black Exterior Pack pricing updated to $375
 Interior:
o Panoramic Sunshade Pack now available as a Port Installed Accessory
 This accessory has been designed to reduce the amount of sunlight entering the cabin.
 The Panoramic Sunshade is clipped into the headliner surrounding the panoramic glass roof and can be removed and stored when not needed. Image below shows Panoramic Sunshade fitted.


I ordered the sunshade, I wish it was automatic, but at least it is something for the south!
Just curious, what's your source?
 

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I’ve been considering the iPace for the past few months and have driven it twice. The rear view is compromised and I wonder if it is possible the new ClearSight rear view mirror on the Evoque might be an option on the iPace next year. How comprehensive is your 2020 list of features?
Thanks. (just joined this forum - love the car)
 

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Just curious, what's your source?
My dealer sent the entire MY2020 release to me. Its quite long, but that was the cut and paste on the "whats new" section although as I read it, it talked about the other two as though there were new upgrades
 

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Thanks. It doesn’t look like any changes will be substantial.
Too bad we can’t get that mirror yet. The view out the back window is really poor.
 

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I would like the rearview mirror thing too. That said, it does drive like a shark.

Bright, sunny day in Oakland in the low 90s. Sure, the car is hot when you first open it, but if you open a few doors and air out for a few seconds then turn on the AC, it's no problem at all. Haven't had any 100+ days yet, but I can't imagine a problem. It's a good AC and the roof doesn't suck in heat like some have feared.
 

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Glass Roof Heat Shield does its job!

It's a good AC and the roof doesn't suck in heat like some have feared.
I've been driving for 4 months in Florida - albeit winter - but we've still had plenty of very hot and sunny (80+ and even 90+) days... worth mentioning that not once did I "feel the heat" from the glass roof. Now the untreated front side windows are another story, so I'm investigating tint for those...
 

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I've been driving for 4 months in Florida - albeit winter - but we've still had plenty of very hot and sunny (80+ and even 90+) days... worth mentioning that not once did I "feel the heat" from the glass roof. Now the untreated front side windows are another story, so I'm investigating tint for those...
Yeah, I can see putting a heat-rejecting tint on up there. The rest of the windows seem fine, at least for light rejection. Not sure about heat.
 

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My dealer sent the entire MY2020 release to me. Its quite long, but that was the cut and paste on the "whats new" section although as I read it, it talked about the other two as though there were new upgrades


Any additional rumors about the SVR version?
 

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Anyone know when the 2020 model year i-pace will show up at the dealers?


The "Panoramic Sunshade Pack now available as a Port Installed Accessory" is a feature that I will definitely want. So the 2020 model is something I am looking forward to.


Will the sunshade pack be offered as an option on the 2019 models?



I test drove the i-pace. I loved it. But I think it was letting too much light into the cabin. I guess the sunshade will help with that.
 

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Anyone know when the 2020 model year i-pace will show up at the dealers?


The "Panoramic Sunshade Pack now available as a Port Installed Accessory" is a feature that I will definitely want. So the 2020 model is something I am looking forward to.


Will the sunshade pack be offered as an option on the 2019 models?



I test drove the i-pace. I loved it. But I think it was letting too much light into the cabin. I guess the sunshade will help with that.
I just took delivery of a 2020 HSE last Saturday. It was the first 2020 I-Pace for my dealer, maybe first in Florida but not the first in the U.S. It was ordered April 18 and built May 19 so the model year switched over sometime in April, which is standard for European manufacturers. Lots of 2019s in inventory nationwide, with BIG rebates and good lease terms. No deals on 2020s.
I've been driving a 2019 FE since December (read my other posts about reason for the swap). Absolutely nothing significant has changed on the I-Pace for 2020. I can also state emphatically that the overhead glass DOES NOT LET IN HEAT. Even in hot, sunny, summer Florida weather, so "don't sweat it" on the glass roof. ;-)
 

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I just took delivery of a 2020 HSE last Saturday. It was the first 2020 I-Pace for my dealer, maybe first in Florida but not the first in the U.S. It was ordered April 18 and built May 19 so the model year switched over sometime in April, which is standard for European manufacturers. Lots of 2019s in inventory nationwide, with BIG rebates and good lease terms. No deals on 2020s.
I've been driving a 2019 FE since December (read my other posts about reason for the swap). Absolutely nothing significant has changed on the I-Pace for 2020. I can also state emphatically that the overhead glass DOES NOT LET IN HEAT. Even in hot, sunny, summer Florida weather, so "don't sweat it" on the glass roof. ;-)

Thanks for your inputs. Its good to know that the cabin does not heat up much due to the glass roof. But my concern was not about the heat. Its about the light coming into the cabin through the tinted glass. The light kinda bothered me. I recall feeling the same way when I test drove the ModelS or a ModelX. I forget which one.


I am looking at the 2019 MY i-pace SE. Except for the sunshade, there is no feature that I makes me want a 2020MY. But the sunshade is a must have for me.
 
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