You are ok on the battery IMO with capacity fade in mid 90s%. Mine was the same . About 100 miles on the vehicle and sitting on dealer lot nearly one year before I purchased 2 months ago . The Battery controller never had a chance to do full charging and balances. I now have ~800 miles and several charging cycles on L2 home charger. While I do not have a new capacity fade analysis report , all the numbers on charging suggest I am close to full battery state of health and if off a few % does not really matter given my driving and charging at home behavior.
I seriously shopped 5 or 6 I-Paces both 2019 and 2020 models and asked for capacity fade state of battery health reports . Mid 90s% capacity fade was most frequent, none above that for cars on lots at least 6 months including 2020s and some were around 90/91%.
Dealers don’t know how to maintain them on the lot .
Lower the tire pressure to 37psi all around, and set the Tire Pressure setting (thumbwheel on left side of steering wheel) to "Light Load" so you dont' get "Low Pressure" warnings. They deliver often with 50psi which will make the car ride like a brick!