The all-new 2019 Jaguar I-Pace will make you think twice about getting Tesla's Model S or Model X. It comes with a new futuristic design coupled with a finely furnished cabin. However, unlike the Model X, it can only seat five people, but the I-Pace has a bigger interior that offers more space. It also comes with twin-stitched leather performance seats, a panoramic glass roof, and digital screens. In spite of the fact that the car is all-electric, it has no interior gimmicks, which is an added advantage. It has all the elements of a good handling car, which is not the case in many of the electric cars in the market today. The exterior looks like a merger between an elongated wagon and a crossover, and this gives it a dapper, elegant look. If you are interested in one of the most exciting new electric cars of the year, read on to find out more about it. 

The all-new 2019 Jaguar I-Pace will make you think twice about getting Tesla's Model S or Model X…

It comes with a new futuristic design coupled with a finely furnished cabin. However, unlike the Model X, it can only seat five people, but the I-Pace has a bigger interior that offers more space. It also comes with twin-stitched leather performance seats, a panoramic glass roof, and digital screens. In spite of the fact that the car is all-electric, it has no interior gimmicks, which is an added advantage. It has all the elements of a good handling car, which is not the case in many of the electric cars in the market today. The exterior looks like a merger between an elongated wagon and a crossover, and this gives it a dapper, elegant look. If you are interested in one of the most exciting new electric cars of the year, read on to find out more about it. 

The base I-Pace costs $70,495. This vehicle comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, synthetic leather upholstery, eight-way power adjustable front seats, a panoramic sunroof, parking assistance, 4G Wi-Fi hotspot, a stolen vehicle locator system, a dual-zone climate control system, smartphone integration, Bluetooth connectivity, six USB ports, a navigation system and a 12.3-inch adaptive driver display. In addition, you will also get a 380-watt sound system. For a slightly higher price ($76,845), you could get the I-Pace SE that is hyper-modern, and it also has advanced driver assistance features. It comes with synthetic leather upholstery, 20-inch alloy wheels, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitors, memory powers seats, signature daytime running lights, a 12.3-inch interactive driver display, a Meridian sound system, 4G Wi-Fi hotspot, a stolen vehicle locator system and high-speed emergency braking. </p>

The I-Pace HSE model that costs $81, 495 adopts a finer leather interior as compared to the base model and the SE model. This car is the height of technology and electric luxury. It comes with 18-way cooled front seats, heated rear seats, adaptive cruise control, steering assist, an 825-watt Meridian sound system, surround-view camera and a power tailgate that uses gesture control. The I-Pace First Edition costs $86,895. Its interior is fully covered with leather, has a four-zone automatic climate control system, a driver head-up display, adaptive cruise control, ash wood trim, heated steering wheel with steering assist, premium LED headlights with signature daytime running lights, 20-inch alloy wheels with diamond turned finish, 4G Wi-Fi hotspot, a stolen vehicle locator and an adaptive surface response system.

Many pundits have argued that although electric cars are the cars of the future, they’re not yet ready. The new Jaguar I-Pace puts their remarks to question. The I-Pace is fitted with two electric motors that produce a staggering 394 brake-horsepower and 512 pound-feet of torque. The power is derived from a 90-kwh lithium-ion battery pack that makes up the floor of the car. With the battery fully charged, the car can easily cover 240 miles. The I-Pace weighs 4,784 pounds; the battery, however, contributes a third of its total weight. Although the car weighs as much as the Land Rover Range Rover weighs, it can accelerate from knot to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds, and it has a top speed of 124 mph. Power is split 50-50 to both the front and rear wheels. And unlike the Tesla, there is no sport or ludicrous mode. How the I-Pace performs is dependent on how much gas the driver gives it. This is quite astonishing because it doesn’t take away the joy the driver gets from being in full control of the vehicle, which is something you don’t get from many cars today.