We get behind the wheel of one of the first I-Paces in the U.S. and we drive the electric Jaguar over 250 miles to really test it out.
Tag: 2019 Jaguar I-Pace
The all-electric SUV crossover from Jaguar gets repeatedly crashed by the Euro NCAP folks and returns a 5-star rating.
In a test of the automatic emergency braking (AEB) system in 25 vehicles, the all-electric crossover from Jaguar didn't fare so well.
Here's a good look at the premium all-electric crossover SUV from Jaguar from the perspective of a proud Tesla Model S owner.
Tesla returns to Motor Trend with an improved, finalized Track Mode software. The publication calls it the world's quickest sport sedan.
Not content to rely on tests devised by others, a British publication has created its own system and crowned the Hyundai Kona Electric the range leader.
It appears to be a highly inefficient electric car. So, even though the I-Pace packs a big battery, it doesn't offer ample electric range.
A lot of focus has been placed on the Jaguar I-Pace and it's rather poor efficiency. But in direct comparison with Bjørn's Tesla Model X, the results are mixed.
The Jaguar all-electric crossover SUV got tons of rave reviews before being rolled out to customers but hits sour notes for one auto journo.
Two test drivers ... a Tesla Model X ... a Jaguar I-Pace ... the Autobahn. Who could really ask for more here? Give it a watch.
The Jaguar I-Pace has come under fire for poor range results, but Bjorn Nyland demonstrates he can achieve over 200 miles.
Small is beautiful when it comes to EV batteries. Jag tells us why. Turns out when it comes to the size of electric car batteries, bigger isn't always better.
This video from Bjorn Nyland explores the optimal speed for long trips in Jaguar's all-electric crossover, depending on available charging.
The Jaguar I-Pace boasts a 292-mile range WLTP, but a test intended to discover the efficiency difference between driving styles reveals how over-optimistic that...
In an interesting three-way, Motor Trend pits the pinnacle of internal combustion sedan against two very sporty electric vehicles.
Despite differences, the all-electric SUV crossovers from Tesla and Jaguar are going to be cross-shopped, so here is a handy comparison video.
Despite dozens of reviews of the coming all-electric crossover from Jaguar already out there, this one manages to set itself apart.
It's encouraging for us to see some OEMs beginning to really push EVs and encourage adoption. Jaguar is helping to disprove the myths.
An iconic British brand wants you to check out, and maybe even race, its all-new, all-electric crossover at its Jaguar Electrifies Experience.