2019 Jaguar I-PACE Electric SUV review | Australia

In this video, Simone reviews the all-electric Jaguar I-PACE SE AWD SUV, currently the most advanced all-electric vehicle from Jaguar. If the electric paradigm is about to become the future of the industry, the I-Pace is definitely one of the vehicles that is supposed to propel it.

There are two electric motors in the new I-PACE that, combined, power all four wheels and that combined power reaches 294 kW and 696 Nm of torque. It reaches 100 in 4.8 seconds and tops out at electronically limited 200 km/h. The official driving range is 470 km. However, it varies greatly depending on the weather.

We tested out the regular home charger where we had a 40% charged battery with 140km displayed range. We left the electric suv on charge using a regular 220v charger. After 18hrs and 26 mins of charging our EV Jaguar ended up with 76% charge and a range of 253 km.

The latest Jaguar ipace is a niche vehicle, made for those who want an SUV and an electric one and a high class one and can afford it. In this niche there isn’t much competition and the Tesla Model X is definitely its biggest competitor right now, even though Jaguar would not agree.

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19 Replies to “2019 Jaguar I-PACE Electric SUV review | Australia”

  1. Just You

    Using Jaguar brand for 18+ years and this is my horrible review with the I-PACE.
    I've had a horrible experience with Jaguar's I-Pace. I had the vehicle for a year, and have only been able to drive it for approximately 2k miles. It has had issues with battery, software malfunction, charging system, and even when you would try to start the car it would make noises. Its a shame that Jaguar has tainted its brand with such a problematic car.
    If you want to be walking to places instead of driving, BUY a Jaguar I-PACE.

  2. Art Key

    470km range? Not a chance. 350km at best. Not included: free 4G connectivity and continuous updates, 3-phase charging, portable and home fast charger, no supercharging access. Servicing? So many questions and omissions Cartell.tv.

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