King Charles' Jaguar I-Pace for Sale, It's a Bespoke Low-Mileage Example

King Charles III's Jaguar I-Pace 11 photos
Photo: Historics
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After that refined Range Rover that the late Queen Elizabeth II once owned, which we covered a couple of weeks ago, it is now time for another vehicle that used to be in possession of the Royal Family to make headlines.
It is a Jaguar I-Pace bought new in 2018 by King Charles III (then Prince of Wales) with his own money. It was also the first-ever electric vehicle to be owned by the Royal Family. Several members, including the Queen and Megan Markle, were spotted using it, and it is now looking for a new home.

UK's King used it until December 2020, and the vehicle was then sold through Jaguar North Oxford with around 3,000 miles (~4,800 km) on the clock. Its second owner bought it on the spot and has driven it over 30,000 miles (~48, 200 km). Thus, it now has around 35,000 miles (~56,000 km) under its belt. It remains in top-notch condition, and its original warranty expires this October.

You may be wondering what makes it so special since the blue lights are no longer installed, and that is the exterior paint finish. According to the vendor, it is the only Jaguar I-Pace finished in Loire Blue. Nevertheless, this wasn't the original color, as the automaker repainted it after being originally sold in Eiger Gray, allegedly, at Charles III's request, who described the EV at one point as being "silent but deadly," as you can see in one of the videos embedded below.

King Charles III's Jaguar I\-Pace
Photo: Historics
This Jaguar I-Pace is in the EV400 HSE configuration, sporting all-wheel drive and a gorgeous Light Oyster Windsor leather upholstery on the inside. It comes with pretty much every option that was available for it almost seven years ago when it set its original owner back around 60,000 (equal to ~$75,500). It is now expected to fetch anywhere between £55,000 and £70,000 (~$69,000-~$88,000) when it goes on sale at Historics' Ascot Racecourse auction on March 2, from 9:30 AM locally.

Designed by the famous Ian Callum, whose long portfolio includes different other Jaguars, Aston Martins, Fords, Nissans, and so on, the I-Pace entered production in 2018 at the Graz factory in Austria. It will be dropped soon, but in the meantime, it remains on sale worldwide. In its home market, the company is asking at least £69,995 ($87,995) for the most affordable variant, and the lineup includes multiple trim levels, all of them with nice equipment.

The I-Pace is also available in the United States from $72,000 in the R-Dynamic HSE configuration, boasting a total of 394 horsepower (400 ps/298 kW) for a 0-60 mph (0-97 kph) in 4.5 seconds and a 124 mph (200 kph) top speed. It has a 246-mile (396 km) range and takes 10.17 hours to recharge from 0 to 100 percent at 9.6 kW.

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About the author: Cristian Gnaticov
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After a series of unfortunate events put an end to Cristian's dream of entering a custom built & tuned old-school Dacia into a rally competition, he moved on to drive press cars and write for a living. He's worked for several automotive online journals and now he's back at autoevolution after his first tour in the mid-2000s.
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