I-PACE opens new opportunities for Jaguar in Norway.
So far, some 563 new I-PACE were registered in the country, including 423 this month (and it could further grow).
It seems that only several models will finish with a stronger result, like the Nissan LEAF (over 1,400 and over 13,000 YTD) and Volkswagen e-Golf (over 1,000 and over 6,600 YTD) as well as BMW i3 (over 540 and over 5,000 YTD).
Jaguar I-PACE news
The important thing to note is that during the first nine months of 2018, Jaguar registrations in Norway were at just 343 - including 140 I-PACE and 203 ICE models. In all of 2017, it was just 299 ICE Jaguars.
In other words, I-PACE puts Jaguar in Norway on the track of very fast expansion that couldn't be dreamed of if relying on conventional models.