4 June 2018
Feature

Jaguar’s first EV, and the first Tesla challenger to hit UK streets will be the Jaguar I-Pace; a 395bhp SUV with 298 miles of juice in it. 

Having beaten all major competitors to market, we find out if it’ll hold its own against a distinctly German set of incoming rivals. 

Has the new big cat on the block got Jaguar's hallmark grace, space and pace to not blend into the background of a soon-to-be fiercely competitive market?

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Jaguar I-Pace review 

Jaguar F-Type review 

Jaguar F-Pace review 

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5 June 2018

The I-Pace bodes well for the rest of Jaguar's range, the challenge for JLR will be to bring this tech to its range in a timely fashion.

14 June 2018
Good to see Jag beat the competition in the race to be the #1 EV on sale. Jaguar should continue this momentum and electrify more of its range. There is demand. They will struggle to build enough of these.

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