Enjoy five year's free charging on Australia's largest public EV charging network.
Jaguar EV charging
Own a Jaguar EV? Lucky you! You can now enjoy five years’ free, unlimited charging on the Chargefox ultra-rapid charging network Australia-wide.
Simply download the app to find, use charging stations near you. You’ll be able to charge at up to 400km of range in less than 15 minutes, or 200km in around 8 minutes on our ultra-rapid chargers.
If you’re considering purchasing EV from Jaguar you can find out more about the iPace here.
How it works.
Using the Chargefox EV charging network is easy for Jaguar EV owners.
The complimentary charging period begins on delivery of the vehicle. Owners can download the Chargefox app via Google Play or Apple App Store. After registering their vehicle details in the Chargefox app, Jaguar EV owners will have visibility of all of the free charging available to them when using the Chargefox network.
Where can I charge my Jaguar EV?
Stay mobile while you’re out and about with access to Chargefox’s EV charging network. Our network features chargers that are amongst the world’s fastest and stations can be easily found via the Chargefox app.
How much will it cost to charge my car?
Pricing will vary depending on the model of your car and on the station. Some are free at all times, some charge a per kWh rate. You can see the individual cost of a station when you view each individual location’s details from the map.
How long will it take to charge my car?
Ah, the age old question. The ultra-rapid chargers are capable of adding 400km of range to a modern EV in 15 minutes. Actual charge times vary depending on your car model and the current charge state of your battery.
What is security like while my car’s charging?
Firstly, the charger locks while charging, so nobody can disconnect it from your car. Secondly, our sites are always well lit, and are next to cafés and facilities with long opening times (24/7 where possible). We aim to make all our locations safe for families to stop and charge their car, even at night. All sites will also soon have CCTV cameras installed for added security.