Watch Sporty Jaguar I-PACE Test Driven By Autogefühl

JUL 15 2018 BY MARK KANE 6

Autogefühl brings us a very comprehensive test drive review of the Jaguar I-PACE and begins it with the question of whether it can beat the Tesla Model X and Audi e-tron?

Well, the market response and demand will be probably provide us with an answer.

Right now we can just assume that the I-PACE and Model X could exist side by side because the potential market for BEVs is huge and both models represent slightly different approaches.

According to Autogefühl, the Jaguar I-PACE is a sporty, driver’s car. Most of the remarks seems to be similar to minor disadvantages that every car has here or there.

“In today’s Autogefühl’s episode, we present you the all-new Jaguar I-PACE. As always we cover exterior, interior, engines and driving experience. We also compare the recent competitors Tesla Model X and Audi e-tron.”

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6 Comments on "Watch Sporty Jaguar I-PACE Test Driven By Autogefühl"

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The market should be enough for the two of them. In fact, would you believe? The ICE market today is good enough for dozens of manufacturers. So, either EVs don’t make it or, yes, don’t see any reason for the crazies aboard this site to keep spewing that nonsense about the end of this and that manufacturer.

Another Euro point of view

I agree and anyway it better be a large enough market for the two of them as within 6 months there will be 3 of them (adding the Audit eTron SUV) then withing a year there will be 4 of them (adding the Mercedes EQ) then within 18 months we will likely see a Volvo and a BMW SUV coming so that would be 6 EV SUV in total (hopefully).

Yes but why would you buy a crappy, misaligned, constantly needing service Tesla when you can get a high quality Jaguar for much less?

What this review makes even clearer than before, is that the I-Pace is really in a *completely* different category than the Model X; and presenting it as a competitor really makes little sense… I don’t expect much cross-shopping between these two.

And that’s a good thing, since it means there are attractive EV alternatives in more different segments now, hopefully prompting more people to make the switch — rather than just extra competition in a segment already covered 🙂

How is this in the same size category as the model X ???

Keep hearing that again and again.

This is Model 3 sized.

And cheaper than the X.


It could be because of their wheelbase measurement, 116.7 (X) vs 117.7 (I-Pace). The bigger difference are in their total length, 198.3 (X) vs 184.3 (I-Pace).
But at the end of the day, these two will continue to be compared because they are currently the only two ev “suvs” available until others come on line.