2018 Jaguar I-Pace quick drive review



The all-new Jaguar I-Pace has landed and Paul Maric gives us a quick overview of the car and tests it out through Jaguar’s dynamic smart cone circuit.

With almost 500km of range and the ability to sprint from 0-100km/h in just 4.8 seconds, this really is a versatile electric car.

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29 Replies to “2018 Jaguar I-Pace quick drive review”

  1. Robert

    In the next couple of years car manufacturers like Jag are going to give Tesla a run for their money. Full credit to Tesla on leading the way to show what's possible with EV. But Tesla has no DNA, and the competition have been in the game of making mass produced, well fitted cars with great handling for decades. Hands down I'd take an iPace over a Model X, it pretty much beats it in every category except it's level of autonomy. For people that love to drive autonomy isn't really an exciting thing unless you spend hours doing mundane driving.

  2. Jackson Bangs

    Now Jaguar needs to com out with a long range electric vehicle for the masses. Tesla already has the Model 3 that has a starting price of $35,000. Jaguar is a little late to the game in that respect.

  3. kevin smith

    Nice video shame you had to beat up on Tesla after all they are a fledgling fully electric car company!!! Don’t know why you couldn’t compare it with say a Range Rover a Audi or a jaguar !!!? Tut tut no comparison to a Tesla

  4. tony nedeljkovic

    nice bit not as nice and classy looking as tesla cars in my opinion, will compete with tesla model s  but not model 3 as it's too expenisve , so this car will not be attainable for most people only rich ones will be able to afford.  cars have to be under $35k to be affordable for most people

  5. Bruce Burns

    The Brits have the goods with this car , now lets see how they shoot themselves in the foot as they usually do and then other manufacturers leave them in their dust , the Brits are like Australians , cant organize a brothel on a construction site .

  6. Bruce Burns

    Its a shame they are not set up to mass produce in Britain but small time in Austria , I think they have stuffed up and underestimated the demand and all they have done is recreate Elon Musk's problem of low volume and waiting customers who will eventually go to a brand that thinks big .

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