On a race track, the I-Pace drives like a Jaguar should.
The Jaguar I-Pace is forgiving and very easy to drive fast.
It's the most radical Jaguar ever. The look is just part of the story.
Jaguar calls it an SUV but the shape is more raised hatchback.
I-Pace's modern dash features dual-touchscreens.
Rear section of cabin is very roomy.
Boot capacity is a massive 656 litres. There's a 27-litre boot up front too.
You can adjust cabin sound level. Dynamic makes motor 'rortier'.
Tap 'On' and the I-Pace will creep forwards like a regular automatic.
Map also displays charge prediction for entire route.
Lower touchscreen primarily for climate control. Knobs thankfully retained.
It can do that too! I-Pace can wade through 500mm water.
The I-Pace didn't wince once in steep ascents.
All Surface Progress Control helps I-Pace keep momentum in the rough.
I-Pace's door handles pop out only when needed ala the Velar.
Short bonnet a departure from Jaguar's typical look.
No rear wiper! Flow of air and water repelling glass do the work.
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