I-PACE Range Official Statement

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Delta5
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Re: I-PACE Range Official Statement

Post by Delta5 » Sat Apr 10, 2021 4:07 pm

Jaguar CRC are pretty inept, they quoted the WLTP range which is achievable but failed to mention their own range estimation web page which has been available for 3 yrs and is accurate for everyday driving.
In practice you will do better by driving better, other brands do better some are lighter, some are more aerodynamic, other SUVs are less efficient than the IPace - ETron, EQC and Mod X, smaller cars more efficient Mod 3, Mod S and all the other non premium brand.

Park your IPace next to a Mod 3 it’s not hard to imagine a that it makes a smaller hole in the air and is more efficient, if you like the style and quality go and buy one. I looked hard at what Tesla had and chose the Jag, because I did not like the style, quality or saloon body of the M3, 9months on it has exceeded expectations, the only irritation has been chargers that don’t work, so I’m well pleased.
IPace SE Caesium Blue, Ivory interior, Air suspension, 18in wheels, Drivers pack, 360. arrived 16th July, very nice.

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Re: I-PACE Range Official Statement

Post by MvM » Sat Apr 10, 2021 8:48 pm

Musicman wrote:
Sat Apr 10, 2021 10:46 am
My I-PACE is showing 201 mile range on a full charge. Should it not be more like 294 to start with and then reduce as you drive?
The GOM in your car is based on your actual driving style and therefore differs between people and the time of year you have been using your car.

Now the daily temperatures are going up again, at 100% SOC, my I-Pace is now showing 418 km of range, which is 261 miles. I happen to think that's pretty decent for a car with the weight, size and performance of the I-Pace.
I always drive with the AC on with the temp set at either 21 or 22 degrees C and almost always drive the car in ECO-mode, which is still pretty fast when you need it to be.
In the last few weeks I have done a couple of trip again with the car doing around 17-18 kW/100 km, but short trips still get around 25-30 kW/100 km, especially in the early morning or evening when outside temperatures have dropped to around 6 degrees again.

If your car is showing 200 miles at 100% SOC, it is because of the way you use your car in combination with the outside weather your are driving it in.
If you would have chosen a different EV with the same driving style, you actual range would have been much lower as well.

Delta5
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Re: I-PACE Range Official Statement

Post by Delta5 » Sun Apr 11, 2021 9:36 am

Musicman wrote:
Sat Apr 10, 2021 10:46 am
My I-PACE is showing 201 mile range on a full charge. Should it not be more like 294 to start with and then reduce as you drive?
At this time of year 200 miles or so is expected at 100% charge but on short journeys in cold conditions your distance will be much less because energy is used to warm the battery up each time you travel, just like your ICE warms the engine up. In Summer with a 20 C temperature you should see 250 miles, because the battery does not use energy warming up you will have most available for driving.
IPace SE Caesium Blue, Ivory interior, Air suspension, 18in wheels, Drivers pack, 360. arrived 16th July, very nice.

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Re: I-PACE Range Official Statement

Post by FENorway » Sun Apr 11, 2021 1:24 pm

Range/consumption is not bad on the I-Pace.
What's bad is slow and unpredictable DC-charging.
The e-tron have higher consumption, but is way better suited for long distance driving..
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Re: I-PACE Range Official Statement

Post by Delta5 » Sun Apr 11, 2021 5:27 pm

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Only achievable if you can find a 100kw charger, in which case you would probably save 30 mins en route charging on a 400 mile journey, assuming an Etron could drive 200 miles on each charge. In practice because of marginal differences either could come out best, because the IPace can manage 20+ miles further on a charge the ETron 55 could be slower over a given distance.
IPace SE Caesium Blue, Ivory interior, Air suspension, 18in wheels, Drivers pack, 360. arrived 16th July, very nice.

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