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18-way means 9 controls (up, down counts as 2 etc).

Does anybody know which 2 controls are missing on the 14-way seat option ?
And which other 2 controls are then missing on the 10-way seats ?

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I had 14 and had a really comfortable driving position.... except if I was to buy a Jag again I'd get the 18 way for that under leg support on seat length.
 

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Be aware that sports seats are 10 or 18 way adjustable and performance seats are 14 way adjustable. Not sure what the gap is between 14 way performance and 18 way sports seats are but guess the headrest is 2 way less as not moveable.
 

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Billy Bunter said:
18-way means 9 controls (up, down counts as 2 etc).

Does anybody know which 2 controls are missing on the 14-way seat option ?
And which other 2 controls are then missing on the 10-way seats ?

thanx
According to the i-Pace manual you can adjust the position of the different seats as follows:

Performance Seats
* Bolster inflate and deflate.
* Lumbar support adjustment.
** Press the top of the button to raise the lumbar support.
** Press the bottom of the button to lower the lumbar support.
** Press the front of the button to inflate the lumbar support.
** Press the rear of the button to deflate the lumbar support.
* Seatback angle.
* Seat height.
* Forward and rearward position.
* Cushion tilt.

Sport Seats
* Cushion length.
* Bolster inflate and deflate.
* Lumbar support adjustment.
** Press the top of the button to raise the lumbar support.
** Press the bottom of the button to lower the lumbar support.
** Press the front of the button to inflate the lumbar support.
** Press the rear of the button to deflate the lumbar support.
* Seatback angle.
* Seat height.
* Forward and rearward position.
* Cushion tilt.

Manual Seats
* Forward and rearward adjustment.
* Height adjustment.
* Seatback angle adjustment.
 
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