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PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-Benz EQC vs Jaguar I-Pace

Like most mainstream automakers, Mercedes has been working on an all-electric drivertrain for more than a decade now. However, the Germans joined the market relatively late, with its first production model, the B-Class Electric Drive, being introduced in 2014. Four years later and Mercedes has finally rolled out its first fully independent EV built on a stand-alone platform. It’s called the EQC, and it’s part of the company’s new EQ brand for electric vehicles.

The EQC joins a rather tight niche of all-electric crossovers, with competitors including the Tesla Model X, Jaguar I-Pace, and the upcoming BMW iX3. The Model X is already dominating the segment, but the I-Pace is also new to the market. With the EQC set to go on sale in 2019, it’s the right time to compare it against it’s most important rivals. This time around, we’re looking at its European counterpart, the Jaguar I-Pace. Let’s find out how the two compare in terms of design, technology, and drivetrain below.

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PostHeaderIcon Jaguar Contemplates I-Pace SVR Tuning and Training-Based Performance Restrictions

Jaguar hasn’t officially confirmed the I-Pace SVR, but a recent interview with Autocar shows that the brand isn’t only considering it but is contemplating what type of performance it should deliver and just how much would be safe. In other words, 0-to-60 and top speed performance of the I-Pace SVR and future electric cars will be important, but they won’t necessarily be engineered with a supreme focus on these things.

PostHeaderIcon Quick Specs – 2019 Jaguar I-Pace

The Cat Badge just revealed its first entry into the all-electric SUV segment. Dubbed the I-Pace, the electron-driven utility vehicle looks to combine gorgeous British styling and cabin comfort with green efficiency and even a some strong performance spec to boot. But how does this large, battery-driven vehicle really perform?

Continue reading to learn more about the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace.

2019 Jaguar I-Pace Battery Specs


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“Expect to get around 240 miles with a single charge, a figure that’s no doubt helped by the car’s sleek aerodynamics.”

At the heart of the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace you’ll find a 90-kWh battery pack, which is installed low on the machine and acts not only as a power source, but as a structural component to strengthen the chassis as well. The pack is composed of 432 individual lithium-ion battery modules, and should get as much as ten years of life before it needs replacement.

The next vital piece of the puzzle are the two electric motors, with one motor to drive the front axle and a second to drive the rear. This enables advanced AWD grip and torque vectoring capabilities, although it remains to be seen how well the large SUV can handle on a proper race track.

Either way, expect to get around 240 miles on a single charge. That figure is no doubt helped by the car’s sleek aerodynamics, as Jag’s head of design Ian Callum said the exterior design “[follows] physics to a tee.” It also looks gorgeous, but that’s a topic for another day. It’s also worth mentioning that the I-Pace takes 12 hours to get back to a full battery from a standard household plug, and 40 minutes to hit 80 percent charge from a DC quick charger outlet.

2019 Jaguar I-Pace Performance Specs


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“Output is rated at 394 horsepower and 512 pound-feet of torque, which, yields a 0-to-60 mph of 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 124 mph.”

Now for the really important bit – the speed.

Output for the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace is rated at a maximum 394 horsepower and 512 pound-feet of torque, which, properly applied, yields a 0-to-60 mph of 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 124 mph.

During its debut, Jag placed the I-Pace alongside the Tesla Model X to conduct a 0-to-60-to-0 mph test. Unsurprisingly, the I-Pace bested both the 75D and 100D configurations for the Tesla.

For the sake of comparison, it’s worth noting that the Tesla Model X 100D (100-kWh battery, dual-drive motors) posts an EPA rated range of 295 miles and can hit 60 mph in 4.8 seconds, plus it’s got a top speed of 155 mph. And those are all very important numbers considering the I-Pace has the California-based EV maker squarely in its sights .

2019 Jaguar I-Pace Pricing


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While we initially speculated that the I-Pace could fetch upwards of six figures, we were delighted to learn that pricing in the U.S. would start at just $69,500. That places it far below the $96,000 tagged to the Tesla Model X 100D, which makes this bad cat one very serious competitor in the segment. Order books are open now, with deliveries expected for the second half of the year.

References


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Read our full review on the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace.


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Read our full review on the 2016 Jaguar I-Pace Concept.


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PostHeaderIcon Watch the Jaguar I-Pace Kick the Hell out of the Tesla Model X

Jaguar believes that the I-Pace is the new benchmark among all-electric SUVs. It certainly makes a good case by the numbers, but does it really have the performance chops to beat the established king of the segment, the Tesla Model X? Jaguar tried to find out by lining up the I-Pace against two versions of the Model X —the 75D and the 100D — in an old-fashioned 0-60-0 mph test. The objective is to beat the other car to 60 mph and then brake completely back to a standstill in the shortest distance possible.

Predictably, the 394-horsepower and 512-pound-foot I-Pace beat the 328-horsepower and 387-pound-foot
Model X 75D in the test, outpacing the Tesla by a full car-length to 60 mph before watching the Model X overshoot its braking. No surprises here, and we’re actually surprised that Jaguar put the 75D variant against the I-Pace considering the disparity in power and performance figures between the two models. For the record, the I-Pace can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds while the Model X 75D can do it in 4.9 seconds. The result is believable, even if we were snickering as we were watching it.

The 100D, on the other hand, offered a more serious challenge, or so we thought. Despite achieving a 4.7-second, 0-to-60-mph time, the Model X 100D still lost handily to the I-Pace by half a car’s length. We’re not sure if there were some shenanigans on Jaguar’s part, but we wouldn’t be surprised if there were. Automakers typically resort to tactics to promote their own model in comparison tests so it wouldn’t be shocking if Jag did a few eye winks along the way. The thing is, it probably didn’t need to because the I-Pace is impressive enough in its own right.

Care to bet that a response from Tesla is on the way?


References


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Read our full review on the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace.


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Read our full review on the 2016 Jaguar I-Pace Concept.


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PostHeaderIcon The Jaguar I-Pace Has Finally Made Its World Debut; Puts Tesla Model X In The Crosshairs

Revealed during an extended (and rather cringe-worthy) debut in Graz, Austria, the Jaguar I-Pace is now here, officially bringing the Cat Badge into the all-electric SUV segment. This thing is aimed squarely at competitors like the Tesla Model X, and on paper, it definitely has a lot to boast about. Read on for all the specs you care about.

Continue reading for the full story.


The Full Story


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“The I-Pace looks futuristic and sporty, yet simultaneously rather elegant as well, and Ian Callum should be proud that it's getting the green light for production.”

Debuts can get a little heavy-handed at times, and while Jag’s tongue-in-cheek suggestion that the I-Pace is “the car that electricity has been waiting for” had us rolling our eyes, the SUV’s presence and performance promises definitely have us interested.

Let’s start with the way it looks. Quite frankly, we think this thing looks fantastic. Amazingly, Jag stuck very close to the design first seen with the original concept, and that’s a very good thing indeed. The shape is futuristic and sporty, yet simultaneously rather elegant as well, and Ian Callum should be proud that it’s getting the green light for production. The hood line is short, which helps to expand the centralized greenhouse, while the rear is square and short. The overhangs are also quite short, and glossy black details used to offset the smooth, flowing lines. LED daytime running lights are found in front, and wheel sizing ranges between 18 and 20 inches in diameter.

It’s all rather functional as well, with Jag putting the shape through vigorous wind tunnel testing. Little details like flush door handles help to eke out every last mpg. Indeed, Callum confesses that while artistry played a significant role in the design of the I-Pace, it still “[follows] physics to a tee.”

So it looks good, but what about the second half of that classic Jaguar formula? What about performance?

With 394 horsepower and 512 pound-feet of torque on tap, the I-Pace can hit 60 mph from a standstill in 4.5 seconds, while charging up to a top speed of 124 mph. All-wheel drive and torque vectoring help it stick to the pavement, and Jag says it did extensive testing at the Nurburgring to iron out the handling. During the debut, Jag also raced the I-Pace against a Tesla Model X, both in its 75D and 100D trim levels. The test consisted of a run from 0-to-60 mph and back to 0 again, and the I-Pace apparently beat both of the Tesla configurations. Of course, we’re a bit incredulous about the win against the 100D considering the Jag rival will accelerate to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds, and it’s likely there’s some manufacturer shenanigans going on here.


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“With 394 horsepower and 512 pound-feet of torque on tap, the I-Pace can hit 60 mph from a standstill in 4.5 seconds, while charging up to a top speed of 124 mph. All-wheel drive and torque vectoring help it stick to the pavement.”

Either way, the Jag definitely has the Tesla beat in terms of interior spec. The layout is much more luxurious, and Jag says it’ll provide design cues for future models. The tech isn’t bad either, with Amazon Alexa connectivity, a 4G Wi-Fi hot spot, and 6 USB ports for device support, plus driver assists like emergency braking, lane keep assist, and parking assist. Customized preferences can be selected based on the unique key fob signal as you approach, and the all-electric powertrain should keep it very quiet inside.

In terms of practicality, the I-Pace will sit five passengers and store up to 550 liters (19.4 cubic feet) of stuff in the trunk. There’s also front trunk storage if you need more space. There’s four cup holders, with two in front two in back.

The powertrain specs include two electric motors, one in front and one in the rear, making for AWD propulsion. Battery capacity is rated at 90 kWh, with 432 individual lithium-ion battery modules. The large battery pack also acts as part of the structure of the SUV, and is expected to provide 10 years of life.


The Jaguar I-Pace Has Finally Made Its World Debut; Puts Tesla Model X In The Crosshairs - image 771131
“Topped off, the I-Pace can go upwards of 480 km (298 miles) on a single charge, while lower trims will offer around 240 miles of range. Recharge times take 12 hours from a standard plug, or you can get 80% in 40 minutes from a DC quick charger.”

Topped off, the I-Pace can go upwards of 480 km (298 miles) on a single charge, while lower trims will offer around 240 miles of range. Recharge times take 12 hours from a standard plug, or you can get 80% in 40 minutes from a DC quick charger. The I-Pace will also use the onboard AI to calculate remaining range based on personal driving style, traffic conditions, and weather conditions.

The Jaguar I-Pace is available to order now, and offers multiple trim levels. There’s no official pricing yet, but it’s expected to start under $100,000. We think a number closer to $80,000 would be more appropriate, but considering this is Jag’s first-ever EV, a higher MSRP isn’t totally out of line.

Look for even more info when the I-Pace arrives in Switzerland for its auto show debut at the Geneva International Motor Show next week.

References

Jaguar I-Pace


Video: Jaguar Teases Upcoming I-Pace Electric SUV With Winter Testing In Sweden - image 764101

Read our full review on the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace.


2016 Jaguar I-Pace Concept - image 710567

Read our full review on the 2016 Jaguar I-Pace Concept.


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Read more Jaguar news.


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Read more Geneva Motor Show news.

PostHeaderIcon The Jaguar I-Pace Has Finally Made Its World Debut; Puts Tesla Model X In The Crosshairs

Revealed during an extended (and rather cringe-worthy) debut in Graz, Austria, the Jaguar I-Pace is now here, officially bringing the Cat Badge into the all-electric SUV segment. This thing is aimed squarely at competitors like the Tesla Model X, and on paper, it definitely has a lot to boast about. Read on for all the specs you care about.

Continue reading for the full story.


The Full Story


The Jaguar I-Pace Has Finally Made Its World Debut; Puts Tesla Model X In The Crosshairs - image 771145
“The I-Pace looks futuristic and sporty, yet simultaneously rather elegant as well, and Ian Callum should be proud that it's getting the green light for production.”

Debuts can get a little heavy-handed at times, and while Jag’s tongue-in-cheek suggestion that the I-Pace is “the car that electricity has been waiting for” had us rolling our eyes, the SUV’s presence and performance promises definitely have us interested.

Let’s start with the way it looks. Quite frankly, we think this thing looks fantastic. Amazingly, Jag stuck very close to the design first seen with the original concept, and that’s a very good thing indeed. The shape is futuristic and sporty, yet simultaneously rather elegant as well, and Ian Callum should be proud that it’s getting the green light for production. The hood line is short, which helps to expand the centralized greenhouse, while the rear is square and short. The overhangs are also quite short, and glossy black details used to offset the smooth, flowing lines. LED daytime running lights are found in front, and wheel sizing ranges between 18 and 20 inches in diameter.

It’s all rather functional as well, with Jag putting the shape through vigorous wind tunnel testing. Little details like flush door handles help to eke out every last mpg. Indeed, Callum confesses that while artistry played a significant role in the design of the I-Pace, it still “[follows] physics to a tee.”

So it looks good, but what about the second half of that classic Jaguar formula? What about performance?

With 394 horsepower and 512 pound-feet of torque on tap, the I-Pace can hit 60 mph from a standstill in 4.5 seconds, while charging up to a top speed of 124 mph. All-wheel drive and torque vectoring help it stick to the pavement, and Jag says it did extensive testing at the Nurburgring to iron out the handling. During the debut, Jag also raced the I-Pace against a Tesla Model X, both in its 75D and 100D trim levels. The test consisted of a run from 0-to-60 mph and back to 0 again, and the I-Pace apparently beat both of the Tesla configurations. Of course, we’re a bit incredulous about the win against the 100D considering the Jag rival will accelerate to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds, and it’s likely there’s some manufacturer shenanigans going on here.


The Jaguar I-Pace Has Finally Made Its World Debut; Puts Tesla Model X In The Crosshairs - image 771167
“With 394 horsepower and 512 pound-feet of torque on tap, the I-Pace can hit 60 mph from a standstill in 4.5 seconds, while charging up to a top speed of 124 mph. All-wheel drive and torque vectoring help it stick to the pavement.”

Either way, the Jag definitely has the Tesla beat in terms of interior spec. The layout is much more luxurious, and Jag says it’ll provide design cues for future models. The tech isn’t bad either, with Amazon Alexa connectivity, a 4G Wi-Fi hot spot, and 6 USB ports for device support, plus driver assists like emergency braking, lane keep assist, and parking assist. Customized preferences can be selected based on the unique key fob signal as you approach, and the all-electric powertrain should keep it very quiet inside.

In terms of practicality, the I-Pace will sit five passengers and store up to 550 liters (19.4 cubic feet) of stuff in the trunk. There’s also front trunk storage if you need more space. There’s four cup holders, with two in front two in back.

The powertrain specs include two electric motors, one in front and one in the rear, making for AWD propulsion. Battery capacity is rated at 90 kWh, with 432 individual lithium-ion battery modules. The large battery pack also acts as part of the structure of the SUV, and is expected to provide 10 years of life.


The Jaguar I-Pace Has Finally Made Its World Debut; Puts Tesla Model X In The Crosshairs - image 771131
“Topped off, the I-Pace can go upwards of 480 km (298 miles) on a single charge, while lower trims will offer around 240 miles of range. Recharge times take 12 hours from a standard plug, or you can get 80% in 40 minutes from a DC quick charger.”

Topped off, the I-Pace can go upwards of 480 km (298 miles) on a single charge, while lower trims will offer around 240 miles of range. Recharge times take 12 hours from a standard plug, or you can get 80% in 40 minutes from a DC quick charger. The I-Pace will also use the onboard AI to calculate remaining range based on personal driving style, traffic conditions, and weather conditions.

The Jaguar I-Pace is available to order now, and offers multiple trim levels. There’s no official pricing yet, but it’s expected to start under $100,000. We think a number closer to $80,000 would be more appropriate, but considering this is Jag’s first-ever EV, a higher MSRP isn’t totally out of line.

Look for even more info when the I-Pace arrives in Switzerland for its auto show debut at the Geneva International Motor Show next week.

References

Jaguar I-Pace


Video: Jaguar Teases Upcoming I-Pace Electric SUV With Winter Testing In Sweden - image 764101

Read our full review on the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace.


2016 Jaguar I-Pace Concept - image 710567

Read our full review on the 2016 Jaguar I-Pace Concept.


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Read more Jaguar news.


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Read more Geneva Motor Show news.

PostHeaderIcon Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY

Jaguar’s “Pace” lineup has grown quite quickly, with the F-Pace winning the hearts of many, and the E-Pace – the baby of the lineup – coming to life for the 2018 model year. Both of these models, however, make use of gasoline or diesel engines for motivation. Recently, however, Jaguar debuted the I-Pace Concept, a vehicle that, once put into production, will sit at the top of the lineup with its sedan-like proportions and two electric motors – the same ones that delivered 394 horsepower and 516 pound-feet in the concept. It seems that we’re actually getting a look at a high-performance version of the I-Pace long before we actually see the production car, all thanks to Formula E and a race series that will feature as many as 20 examples of the I-Pace eTrophy. Details about Jag’s newest race car are still predominantly under wraps until at least 2018, but we do know that it will be built by Jaguar SVO in the U.K.

With that said, the initial debuting of this new race car stands as an increased effort being put forth by Land Rover and Jaguar to electrify its entire lineup of new cars starting in 2020. And, with the Brits planning to ban ICE cars by 2040 altogether, the I-Pace and I-Pace eTrophy set Jaguar up nicely to be prepared for that inevitable moment 23 years from now. The I-Pace eTrophy also comes along as the basis for the world’s first production battery electric vehicle racing series – the first step in what will eventually redefine racing as we know it. But, we’re getting a little too far ahead of ourselves, so let’s take the time to take a look at the new I-Pace eTrophy race car and talk about what we can expect from Jaguars latest pet project.

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PostHeaderIcon Jaguar I-Pace

Jaguar entered a new era in 2013 when it launched the F-Type and regained the sporty and innovative spirit it had lost in recent decades. The British company made another big step into the future in 2015, when the F-Pace became the first SUV to wear the “Cat” logo. In 2016, Jaguar unveiled yet another crossover, this time around in the shape of an all-electric crossover. Dubbed I-Pace, it previewed the company’s first-ever battery-powered production model. Come 2017, and the I-Pace is getting ready to make its public debut with camouflaged prototypes being tested on public roads.

Unveiled at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, the I-Pace was loosely based on the F-Pace styling-wise but ditched Jaguar’s already familiar four-cylinder, V-6, and V-8 powerplants for a pair of electric motors and a battery pack. Described as a smart five-seater that’s “a performance car, a family car, and an SUV all in one,” the I-Pace is Jaguar’s first-ever electric vehicle and essentially bring to fruition the electrification process that the company began back in 2010 with the C-X75 concept. What’s it all about? Let’s find out in the speculative review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Jaguar I-Pace.

PostHeaderIcon Jaguar I-Pace SVR

Jaguar is a great automaker, but it hasn’t been without turbulence in its past. Somewhere along the way, it lost the spirit and drive that it once had, but redeemed itself when in launched the F-Type back in 2013. Come 2016, and Jaguar has shown off its I-Pace Concept – an SUV that is loosely based on the F-Type but carries along two electric motors and a battery as its primary source of motivation. This all-electric SUV will mark Jaguar’s entry into the small but growing market of cars that don’t require dino juice to get rolling. Jaguar has also announced that its Special Vehicle Operations division will produce an electric vehicle with an SVR badge – yet another first. Rumors have been circling that this will be a sports car, but if SVO really wants to dip into the electric pot, it will have an excellent canvass for its first model: The 2018 I-Pace. The SVR version will naturally be more aggressive on the outside, will feature some unique and race-inspired features inside, and will come with a decent power improvement over the standard I-Pace. And, since the I-Pace is slated to enter the market for 2018, the I-Pace SVR could hit make its debut before the turn of the decade.

There’s also a hidden benefit to using the I-Pace as the canvass for the first SVR-badged electric vehicle. First, the brand can save heavily on the development costs up front by focusing on upgrading the powertrain and making other minor modifications to the I-Pace SUV. Then, once the high-performance SUV is perfected, it can then focus on building its all-electric sports car that can boast the same juiced up powertrain as the I-Pace SVR.

As such, we’ve created a rendering what the I-Pace SVR could look like. So let’s take a good look at the rendering and speculate a little on what SVR will do to improve on the future I-Pace electric SUV.

Continue reading to learn more about the future Jaguar I-Pace SVR.


PostHeaderIcon Jaguar I-Pace Concept

Jaguar entered a new era in 2013, when it launched the F-Type and revived the sporty and innovative spirit it had lost in recent decades. The British company made another step into the future in 2015, when the F-Pace became the first SUV to wear the iconic “Cat” logo. Come 2016 and Jaguar is ready to take a new step into the future, this time with an all-electric vehicle. It’s called the I-Pace, it’s only a concept for now, but will become a production model for the 2018 model year.

Unveiled at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, the I-Pace is loosely based on the F-Pace styling-wise, but ditches Jaguar’s already familiar four-cylinder, V-6, and V-8 powerplants for a pair of electric motors and a battery pack. The I-Pace will become Jaguar’s first-ever electric vehicle when it hits public roads and will essentially bring to fruition the electrification process that the company began back in 2010 with the C-X75 concept.

The I-Pace was created and developed by Ian Callum, Jaguar’s design director and the man who has previously penned cars such as the Aston Martin DB7 and DB9, Jaguar XK, XF, and XJ, as well as the F-Type sports car. Callum also designed the Ford RS200 and Nissan R390 race cars.

Described as a smart five-seater that’s “a performance car, a family car, and an SUV all in one,” the I-Pace grants Jaguar entry to the electric car segment, and if performance figures are any indication, the popular Tesla Model X will finally get a worthy competitor.

Updated 03/15/2017: Jaguar dropped a series of new images showing the I-Pace concept in action on the streets of London. Also the company confirmed that the I-Pace will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 4 seconds and will have a driving range of about 500 kilometers.

Continue reading to learn more about the Jaguar I-Pace Concept.


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