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Jaguar I-PACE | Tested To The Extreme

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Watch as our electric performance SUV is tested to the extreme in Arjeplog, Sweden by prospective I-PACE customer Tony Westerlund. Capable of a zero to 80 per cent charge in less than 45 minutes using a DC 100kW charger, I-PACE will receive its live global reveal on 1st March, 19:00 CET.

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Françoise Leclerc says:

"the I-Pace can be recharged very quickly ???, the brand announcing a charge to 80% achieved in months of 45 minutes on a 100 kW outlet." Battery capacity of the I-Pace 90/95 kWh. Maximum permissible charging capacity of the I-Pace: 100 kW (135 kW Tesla, Audi e-tron – available from September 2018 – 150 kW, Porsche – same – 350 kW)!

Mr. Perfect ! says:

Oh, one more toy.. This will come and go but Tesla will rule forever !!

Robbert van der Eem says:

I'm happy to see this, but personally I would say 'it's not a Tesla'. Why would I want a car that just tries to be a Tesla?

blownb310 says:

I'm surprised that there wasn't any mention of the traction control and stability control being disabled on this car for that test drive. I've raced EVs on ice personally, and if the fuses weren't pulled to disable those systems, none of those great four wheel drift powerslides would be possible. Those safety systems don't allow that much wheel slippage and cripple the car's power delivery if they sense a wheel slip.

Ivan Vojt says:

That rear visibility looks outright dangerous.

klstrucker930419 says:

You forgot about rear visibility. Same with rear side windows, they're way too small.

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