Despite only having one battery electric vehicle in the market with the I-Pace, Jaguar is nailing its colours to the mast with the announcement of a new partnership with Plugsurfing to give Jaguar drivers access to a virtual network of 300,000 charging points across 27 countries.
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Pay-as-you-go won’t have a monthly Tarif associated with it – but you will pay a higher charge at the point when you need it. The Gold and Platinum plans will cost £4.26 and £8.50 respectively with an increasing package of benefits.
Jaguar drivers with a Platinum package can expect decent deals at Osprey, Ionity and other major charger providers.