We are growing to love the Jaguar I-Pace, but could its infotainment system be its definitive flaw?
2000km on and we are really getting to know the Jaguar I-Pace. But, can you really live with an EV in an apartment setting? Only one way to find out.
It’s one giant leap for Jaguar with its first electric vehicle, but is the mid-range I-Pace a viable step for a buyer with $130,000 to spend on a luxury SUV?
I won't lie. I'm excited for a future containing alternative-fuel vehicles – whether they're electric or hydrogen powered... Or even powered by hot air. For too long now, Tesla has dominated the luxury EV market, leaving entry-level EVs to other brands. Makes sense, given how trendy it has now become to get on the EV bandwagon...
Not only has Jaguar beaten its Euro rivals to the punch in launching the all-electric I-Pace, it's almost certainly bloodied Tesla's nose in the process.
Developing a new car from nothing to first customer delivery in just four years is no mean feat, let alone doing this with a brand-new platform and brand-new technology. That’s exactly how it went down, though, with the all-new Jaguar I-Pace. So, you can imagine why I was a bit sceptical about Jaguar pulling off what normally takes car companies more like six-to-eight years to achieve...
The I-Pace is Jaguar's first go at an electric vehicle for the premium passenger market. Can it cut it? Paul Maric takes a quick first look.