Jaguar i-Pace Jaguar i-Pace VOO Cars Jaguar's first all-electric car, dubbed the i-Pace, is a tremendously slick affair – and one that's a tempting alternative to established rivals such as the Tesla Model X. It was unveiled at the 2018 Geneva motor show and, when we drove the production version, it was immediately clear that this cutting-edge car still steers, stops and goes like a Jaguar should – and there's space aplenty, too, thanks to efficient packaging. Twin motors serve up a mighty 395bhp and 513lb ft, as well as all-wheel drive, and the i-Pace is claimed capable of 0-62mph in 4.8sec. Refrain from deploying that punch, though, and you could eke 298 miles out of the battery, according to Jaguar. In our experience, that's a bit rich; you'll struggle to get much more than 200 out of a single charge...

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Jaguar's first all-electric car, dubbed the i-Pace, is a tremendously slick affair – and one that's a tempting alternative to established rivals such as the Tesla Model X. It was unveiled at the 2018 Geneva motor show and, when we drove the production version, it was immediately clear that this cutting-edge car still steers, stops and goes like a Jaguar should – and there's space aplenty, too, thanks to efficient packaging. Twin motors serve up a mighty 395bhp and 513lb ft, as well as all-wheel drive, and the i-Pace is claimed capable of 0-62mph in 4.8sec. Refrain from deploying that punch, though, and you could eke 298 miles out of the battery, according to Jaguar. In our experience, that's a bit rich; you'll struggle to get much more than 200 out of a single charge...
Jaguar's first all-electric car, dubbed the i-Pace, is a tremendously slick affair – and one that's a tempting alternative to established rivals such as the Tesla Model X. It was unveiled at the 2018 Geneva motor show and, when we drove the production version, it was immediately clear that this cutting-edge car still steers, stops and goes like a Jaguar should – and there's space aplenty, too, thanks to efficient packaging. Twin motors serve up a mighty 395bhp and 513lb ft, as well as all-wheel drive, and the i-Pace is claimed capable of 0-62mph in 4.8sec. Refrain from deploying that punch, though, and you could eke 298 miles out of the battery, according to Jaguar. In our experience, that's a bit rich; you'll struggle to get much more than 200 out of a single charge...