I-Pace range

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Jacques-Noir
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Re: I-Pace range

Post by Jacques-Noir » Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:48 am

https://www.brusa.biz/en/products/charg ... lg664.html

What is this? Perhaps something like this is comming in the near future for the I Pace?
An I-PACE is a Tesla for people with good taste


Surface Effect
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Re: I-Pace range

Post by Surface Effect » 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.


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Re: I-Pace range

Post by Chewy » Sun Jan 13, 2019 9:29 pm

R32Paul wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 9:42 am
Actual range Jaguar i-Pace in practice, between 270km - 555km

Customers will quickly notice on the basis of their driving behaviour and the temperature will differ so that the range will be less than the WLTP figures.

City Winter: 390km / 242mi
Highway Winter: 270km / 167mi
Combined Winter: 325km / 201mi
City Summer: 555km / 344mi
Highway Summer: 340km / 211mi
Combined Summer: 430km / 267mi

The actual range strongly depends on speed, driving behaviour, climate and route.
Excellent Information. Try and get that sort of detailed information for an ICE car.
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250+ miles range driven in the winter.
300+ miles range driven in the summer.
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Thincat
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Re: I-Pace range

Post by Thincat » Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:09 pm

Jacques-Noir wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:48 am
https://www.brusa.biz/en/products/charg ... lg664.html

What is this? Perhaps something like this is comming in the near future for the I Pace?
Maybe for MY2021; They are going to need some good reasons to get us to swap our current cars for new ones. I suspect that they will also be able to offer improved battery technology and will be able to offer longer range and faster charging.
Cesium Blue HSE without sunroof :D .


POR991
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Re: I-Pace range

Post by POR991 » Mon Jan 14, 2019 12:17 am

I placed an order for a FE at the end of November however I cancelled it, why you may ask?
Based on my experience of two full 2 day extended test drives I reckon the useable range driving as I would my Porsche Macan GTS ie air con on, heated seats as required and spirited driving within the speed limits, was only about 170 miles and that's to zero charge which is meaningless as that’s like driving an ICE car until it runs out of fuel. The poor state of the UK charging infrastructure for away from home charging was another factor and frankly the third was when I opened my eyes to the build quality of what was an £80K iPace compared to the car I intended it to replace, a Porsche Macan GTS, there really is no comparison, the iPace is not in the same league unfortunately. Also another factor was reading the many posts here of the technical faults, blank screens and the “Eco” driving styles to get maximum range so I concluded the iPace was not for me, it’s a shame as I honestly thought it would be good but alas no.

I have subsequently replaced my Macan GTS with another Macan, this time the 2L and the 2019 facelift model, it’s not as quick but is perfectly adequate and has a range of 400 miles before thinking about refuelling and that leaves about 70 miles to go to empty. ( if I want a sporty drive I’m in the fortunate position of also owning a 911 (991.2) GTS) Granted the Macan costs more to run than iPace but at £60K v £80K for the iPace FE and with the same level of equipment it was better value for money in my opinion. I also wonder about the long term survival of Jaguar LR given the news last week.

Porsche will introduce Taycan this September and then in 2021 the second generation Macan will include an EV and that’s what I’m hoping will be an SUV with a useable range of at least 300 miles between charges and by then hopefully the UKs charging infrastructure will be much improved and useable.


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Re: I-Pace range

Post by OscarPS » Mon Jan 14, 2019 1:24 pm

Hello, im new, i order my i-pace in september, in spain, in theory it is manufactured tomorrow, and arrive about 15 feb, im reading the forum since sept, as i see the major problem is software updates/fix speed release is ridiculous, and range, as i read in warm climates the range is very good, i hope here in spain the medium range is higher, than i read from many countrys in the north of europe, anyway in highway is low, and basically its my 80%, but my daily use is only 60 km.

I thought about canceling it because they do not seem to take seriously fixing things or communication, but the other option is the tesla model 3, and for me the materials/desing inside i dont think are good


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Re: I-Pace range

Post by emgf » Mon Jan 14, 2019 2:02 pm

OscarPS wrote:
Mon Jan 14, 2019 1:24 pm
Hello, im new, i order my i-pace in september, in spain, in theory it is manufactured tomorrow, and arrive about 15 feb, im reading the forum since sept, as i see the major problem is software updates/fix speed release is ridiculous, and range, as i read in warm climates the range is very good, i hope here in spain the medium range is higher, than i read from many countrys in the north of europe, anyway in highway is low, and basically its my 80%, but my daily use is only 60 km.

I thought about canceling it because they do not seem to take seriously fixing things or communication, but the other option is the tesla model 3, and for me the materials/desing inside i dont think are good
I have 3 months experience with my I-Pace and so far software updates has not been a critical issue for me .
Which matters is that I love driving the car , and my daily driving needs are compatible with the charging infrastructure private and public.
A few times a year I will go for a long range trip which is still complicated in some part of France where Ionity chargers have not yet been deployed, but it will be solved before the summer
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M@rkie78
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Re: I-Pace range

Post by M@rkie78 » Mon Jan 14, 2019 2:12 pm

My I-Pace has been updated to the latest software versions last week and I'm experiencing no issues what so ever since. Even the laggy infotainment has been improved significantly. The remote app works just fine with pre-conditioning planning and charging times as well.

It was to be expected that there would be software problems in the beginning, however I feel that they are getting a grip on them now. So ones things have settled in the stability area, I'm hoping that they will start dealing with improvements; range, charging speed, etc.
HSE, Farallon black, 22" 5 Split Spoke, Carbon Fibre Exterior, Mars Red interior, almost full option 8-)


OscarPS
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Re: I-Pace range

Post by OscarPS » 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)


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Re: I-Pace range

Post by nipri » Mon Jan 14, 2019 5:30 pm

It is like anything new to the market for the first time. There is always teething problems. Having said that, I have been very lucky to have covered for 4000 miles with no major issues.
The car is to drive & own is absolute pleasure & have no doubt once you have it in yours, you will feel the same.
Audi are trying very hard for me to buy their e-Tron but think Jaguar is far more superior in its shape & curves ;)
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My new Love! ;)


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