The Jaguar I-Pace

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Normally when we think about Jaguar some think about luxury performance saloons with big engines like the XJ, others may think of sporty coupes like the F-type, but the I-Pace doesn't have an engine at all. That's because Jaguar's latest prototype set to release in 2018 is an all-electric SUV, that on paper, may well just be the first real contender to Elon Musk's Tesla.

With a claimed range of 315 miles on a single charge and 0-60 in around 4 seconds, if the production model lives up to the figures, the I-Pace will most definitely be a valid alternative to the Tesla model X. The interior of the prototype is also impressive, sporting a large touchscreen in the centre console, as well as a configurable screen replacing the dials in the dashboard. (remind you of anything?)

Exterior design is also impressive, Jaguar's usual design has been updated to distinguish this from the F-Pace, the two cars do look very similar, however, the I-Pace does feature some differentiating features, such as larger space age alloy wheels, and an interesting saloon like rear end. All of this could change before release though as this is only a prototype, but whatever Jaguar brings to the market in two years is definitely going to be one of few contenders for the best EV on the market

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  • although a longtime petrol head I have put myself done for a trial. the main issues beingbreal world range I.e. with heaters , wipers and lights on. and rechargebtime

    1 year ago
  • although a longtime petrol head inhavebput my nam

    1 year ago

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