The first U.S. I-Pace delivery has happened!

Discussion in 'I-Pace' started by Domenick, Oct 16, 2018.

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  1. A Florida family has taken delivery of the Jaguar I-Pace, the first in the U.S..

    Click on the link to check out the "interview" Jaguar did with him, asking why he decided on the Jag.
    Basically, he's a long-time multiple Jaguar customer with a family of five and he preferred this to Tesla product.

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  3. gooki

    gooki Well-Known Member

    Good for him.

    My god american homes can be ostentatious.
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  4. lol...I was kind of taken aback by the place a bit myself. Apparently, the guy is pretty well off.
  5. Pushmi-Pullyu

    Pushmi-Pullyu Well-Known Member

    Gosh yes, it's only rich Americans who have ostentatious homes. It's not like the English or French aristocracy had a thing for large, flagrantly fancy mansions in the country.

    Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire, England

    Oh, wait... ;)

    I confess the architecture of English country mansions is a subject near and dear to my heart. See, for example: "10 Interesting English Country Houses"

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  6. bwilson4web

    bwilson4web Well-Known Member Subscriber

    So too the I-Pace interior.

    <VURP> Does this mean the return of 'David Green'?

    Bob Wilson
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  8. gooki

    gooki Well-Known Member

    I was wondering if that was David Green in the photo.
  9. gooki

    gooki Well-Known Member

    Doe we have an official EPA range for the iPace yet?
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  11. Pushmi-Pullyu

    Pushmi-Pullyu Well-Known Member

    He's not Voldemort. Let's not suggest that he's so terrifying that one durst not mention his name!

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  13. The EPA range is 234 miles.
    • 80 MPGe City
    • 72 MPGe Highway
    • 76 MPGe Combined
    A tad better than I expected, but not so great when you take into account it has a 90-kWh battery. Whatever, though. It is what it is, and beside from lackluster efficiency, it's a strong start for Jaguar.
  14. gooki

    gooki Well-Known Member

    Ok, so 292 miles WLTP, or 238 miles EPA.

    What does that mean for the eTron an EQB with their 248 miles WLTP? Sub 200 miles EPA?
  15. I'm going to assume you meant the EQ C Mercedes crossover. Anyway, I'm guessing around 220 miles for the Mercedes and Audi both.

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