Jaguar has announced the US pricing for the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace electric vehicle, which is going to arrive later this year. Jaguar's I-Pace is an all-wheel-drive SUV (according to the automaker), so the natural competitor is the Tesla Model X. But the Model X is considerably larger than the I-Pace - the X is 198.3 inches in length versus 184.3 inches for the Jag - so it's not an apples-to-apples match-up.
The exterior design is inspired by the Jaguar F-TYPE sports auto and characterised by the distinctive Jaguar grille, muscular proportions, short overhangs and powerful haunches that give the new Jaguar E-PACE a bold and purposeful stance, instantly communicating dynamic agility. As it turns out, the I-Pace actually has several advantages over the Tesla Model X 75D, not the least of which is the price.
At that time, only United Kingdom pricing was given-but on Tuesday, Jaguar released the USA price for the electric crossover utility vehicle that goes on sale sometime this fall.
While Tesla is expected to launch a less expensive and smaller Model Y crossover in 2020 or thereafter, for the moment the Jaguar seems priced competitively if you don't need that third row. That's enough power to give electric SUV a 0-60 miles per hour time of 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 124 miles per hour. Take a look at the table below to see how it stacks up against the Model X and Model 3. I-Pace owners will not have this luxury. On a 50-kW charger, the I-Pace can hit an 80-percent charge in about 85 minutes, but that time drops to 40 minutes on a 100-kW charger. The Model X, on the other hand, can be configured with up to seven seats.
However, the two electric vehicles (EV) are not exactly the same.