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PAGE7
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Re: I-Pace range

Post by PAGE7 » Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:30 pm

OscarPS wrote:
Mon Jan 14, 2019 2:39 pm
It's good to hear that you have solved the biggest bugs, Im fanatic of technology, i think for this price jaguar need release fast when any new bug (not small) appear and software improvements(like limit max charge), and about the laggy im happy read has been improved, here in spain basically not 100kw, 95% of chargers are 7-22kw AC (then i only can use 7), from valencia to madrid (about 400 km), there are only about 3 CSS chargers in the highway, and 50kw, and if one not work, you have big problem for goes to next, i hope this year this improve.

I buyed 18' wheels, basically because range, and as i read recently here, it has a good idea(i read difference of range in tesla model x, difference by wheels and seems big difference)
Hello Oscar,
Do you know Easycharger?
The plan to open a new CCS in autovía de Valencia, not far from Madrid.
I hope this year we will see improvements on charging infrastructure in Spain.
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Re: I-Pace range

Post by Chewy » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:23 pm

This from a Tesla Model X.

After nearly 10000 miles of driving the average is 410Wh/mile. Not that different to the I-Pace even though some will tell you The I-Pace is 25% less efficient?

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OscarPS
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Re: I-Pace range

Post by OscarPS » Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:13 pm

PAGE7 wrote:
Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:30 pm

Hello Oscar,
Do you know Easycharger?
The plan to open a new CCS in autovía de Valencia, not far from Madrid.
I hope this year we will see improvements on charging infrastructure in Spain.
Hello, yes, i see in youtube and others companys who have planned in 1-2 years put a lot of chargers in spain, but for now is a promise(im sure they going put a lots, but no how much time for see in reality)


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Re: I-Pace range

Post by Pete » Tue Jan 15, 2019 6:23 pm



At 130 km/h around 270-280km range without heater on.

Dont fully trust comparison with model x (25kwh) and model s (20 kwh) at same conditions.


Pacer
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Re: I-Pace range

Post by Pacer » Tue Jan 15, 2019 6:24 pm

I think more InControl app journey data can help.

If I remember correctly, J2T2 has uploaded his data previously.

Has anyone else got their InControl app data they can share? You can of course remove any personal info


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Re: I-Pace range

Post by Thincat » Tue Jan 15, 2019 11:23 pm

OscarPS wrote:
Mon Jan 14, 2019 2:39 pm
It's good to hear that you have solved the biggest bugs, Im fanatic of technology, i think for this price jaguar need release fast when any new bug (not small) appear and software improvements(like limit max charge), and about the laggy im happy read has been improved, here in spain basically not 100kw, 95% of chargers are 7-22kw AC (then i only can use 7), from valencia to madrid (about 400 km), there are only about 3 CSS chargers in the highway, and 50kw, and if one not work, you have big problem for goes to next, i hope this year this improve.

I buyed 18' wheels, basically because range, and as i read recently here, it has a good idea(i read difference of range in tesla model x, difference by wheels and seems big difference)
I agree with the other posts, you will absolutely love the car and you will not want to part with it. There are only a couple of negative points such as the fact that the gesture control of the tailgate is virtually useless and I have been struggling to get a good range more than 190 miles (300Km) in the UK with temperatures of about 7-12 deg C but I have come to the conclusion that the biggest negative influence on my range is driving at 80+ MPH (130KmPH) on a motorway. If I can resist driving at the same speed as other cars and keep to the speed limit the range increases significantly. I can hardly complain about the range compared to WLTP figures if I'm driving at those speeds but its so hard to resist!
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Re: I-Pace range

Post by fox_nl » Wed Jan 16, 2019 6:14 am

Thincat wrote:
Tue Jan 15, 2019 11:23 pm
OscarPS wrote:
Mon Jan 14, 2019 2:39 pm
It's good to hear that you have solved the biggest bugs, Im fanatic of technology, i think for this price jaguar need release fast when any new bug (not small) appear and software improvements(like limit max charge), and about the laggy im happy read has been improved, here in spain basically not 100kw, 95% of chargers are 7-22kw AC (then i only can use 7), from valencia to madrid (about 400 km), there are only about 3 CSS chargers in the highway, and 50kw, and if one not work, you have big problem for goes to next, i hope this year this improve.

I buyed 18' wheels, basically because range, and as i read recently here, it has a good idea(i read difference of range in tesla model x, difference by wheels and seems big difference)
I agree with the other posts, you will absolutely love the car and you will not want to part with it. There are only a couple of negative points such as the fact that the gesture control of the tailgate is virtually useless and I have been struggling to get a good range more than 190 miles (300Km) in the UK with temperatures of about 7-12 deg C but I have come to the conclusion that the biggest negative influence on my range is driving at 80+ MPH (130KmPH) on a motorway. If I can resist driving at the same speed as other cars and keep to the speed limit the range increases significantly. I can hardly complain about the range compared to WLTP figures if I'm driving at those speeds but its so hard to resist!
I figured out the gesture control and for me it works almost 100%, the trick is to make the "kick" quick. Your foot should be under the bumper for a very short time.


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Re: I-Pace range

Post by Hanssolo » Wed Jan 16, 2019 8:07 am

Fast kicking works for me all the time. Fast kick and then wait a second, no problemo.
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Pat28
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Re: I-Pace range

Post by Pat28 » Wed Jan 16, 2019 9:28 am

Charged at FastNed 50 kw charger (near Rotterdam), temp 8 Celsius, start at 18:34.
Drove approx 45 km before starting to charge, at max 104 km/h, car was not full when left.
There were no other cars charging at this Fastned station

Time, Range, Battery, Estimated full time
18:34, 143 km, 49%, 21:20
18:38, 152 km, 51%, 21:18
18:41, 160 km, 54%, 21:15
18:44, 169 km, 57%, 21:13
19:00, 203 km, 69%, 20:59
19:04, 210 km, 71%, 20:56

Remote app mentioned at 19:01 it was adding 40% charge per hour.
Is that 40% of 90kw? or 40% of what is currently available?
Either way a 50 kw charger should add more than 40% per hour
40% of 90 kw, is 36 kw...
40% of (70% of 90kw), is 25 kw.

In half an hour, the car charged 67 km, that would be 134 km per hour.
A 50 kw charger for half an hour should add 25 kwh, right?
So that should have added 100 km of range, estimating 25kw/100km.

Percentage went up from 49% (44.1kw) to 71% (63.9 kw), which added 19.8 kw, that would be 39.6 kw per hour...not 50 kw...

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Pacer
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Re: I-Pace range

Post by Pacer » Wed Jan 16, 2019 9:53 am

Surface Effect wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:21 pm
Jan073 wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 10:25 am
What do they mean with iPace light and heavy version ? Not the S,SE,HSE trim levels i presume ? So there is only 1 iPace or am I missing something ?
On the Jaguar I-Pace site, the company gives the two WLTP figures (TEH and TEL) with the following explanation: TEL refers to the lowest/most economical figures (with the lightest set of options). TEH refers to the highest/least economical figures (with the heaviest set of options). I'm guessing the TEH is the 'S' specification with driver only and everything thrown out that they are allowed to throw out, e.g. mats, tyre repair kit etc..
Lots of options are pretty heavy, e.g. 22" wheels, pano roof, max spec seats etc.. What I don't see in the JLR's explanation is whether TEH includes a full set of passengers. I'm sure that is covered somewhere in the WLTP definition documents.
No, both TEL and TEH must have been tested in the same set of conditions i.e. usually just the driver.

Also, TEL is defined as the lowest spec that returns the highest range, likely to be with 18" wheels, S spec.
TEH is the highest spec with all the options etc, likely to be with 22" wheels, HSE / FE spec. (although you can start with S spec and spec it up to make it the highest spec)


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