Jaguar I-PACE vs Tesla Model X

Next-generation technology is at the forefront of the automotive industry, providing car shoppers with powerful, stylish and fuel-efficient editions. With the debut of the all-electric Jaguar I-PACE, the Jaguar Land Rover brand has joined the fray. A stylish new addition to the luxurious, performance-tuned Jaguar model lineup, the Jaguar I-PACE will go toe to toe with electric models like the Tesla Model X. Take a closer look at the I-PACE in this preliminary Jaguar I-PACE vs Tesla Model X overview.

Expected to arrive in the latter half of 2018, the Jaguar I-PACE concept will do battle with the Tesla Model X in the up-and-coming electric crossover segment. With all of the performance attributes that you expect from a Jaguar and a zero-emissions powertrain, the Jaguar I-PACE will be a pioneer in the industry. With room for five passengers in a spacious interior that will include a futuristic Head-Up Display, dual touchscreen displays and an anticipated 18 cubic feet of rear cargo space, the I-PACE is expected to deliver a peerless ride.

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Jaguar I-PACE VS Tesla Model X
*400 Horsepower/516 Pound-Feet Horsepower/Torque 532 Horsepower/713 Pound-Feet
Greater than 220 Miles Electric Driving Range 289 Miles
90 kWh Lithium-Ion Battery 100 kWh Lithium-Ion
4 Seconds 0-60 MPH Time 2.9 Seconds

Jaguar I-PACE Design, Power and Performance Specs

A bold, dramatic style headlines the Jaguar I-PACE design and aligns it with the rest of the Jaguar model lineup. The brilliant design is complemented by a spacious cabin, driver-focused cockpit and interior that puts luxury and comfort above all else. With an aerodynamic hood scoop, flush door handles and an intimidating front end, the Jaguar I-PACE is sure to turn heads when it arrives. Until then we are left with preliminary power and performance specs.

Built to deliver a thrilling and efficient drive, the Jaguar I-PACE employs dual synchronous magnet electric motors to manufacture an expected 400 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque. Powered by a 90 kWh lithium-ion battery, the Jaguar I-PACE is expected to provide an electric driving range of more than 220 miles with a versatile all-wheel drive system. Even with this incredible level of power, the all-electric crossover will emit zero tailpipe emissions.

The sleek design delivers more than just head-turning good looks, providing an aerodynamic 0.29 drag coefficient when you hit the road in the electric-powered masterpiece. Elite aerodynamics pair with a low-slung design to cut through the wind, leading to an anticipated zero to 60 mph time of just 4 seconds. When all is said and done, the Jaguar I-PACE will recharge in a hurry, achieving an 80% charge in just 90 minutes with a 50 kW DC high-speed charging unit.

Primary competition for the all-electric Jaguar I-PACE will come from models like the Tesla Model X. Among the most powerful and efficient models in the Tesla portfolio, the Model X crossover is a good measuring stick for the Jaguar I-PACE. Preliminary specs in this Jaguar I-PACE vs Tesla Model X overview show that the I-PACE can go toe to toe with the Tesla Model X without backing down. Similar electric driving ranges, power numbers, battery systems and performance specs have us on the edge of our seats, waiting to get behind the wheel of the Jaguar I-PACE when it arrives at Barrett Jaguar in the second half of 2018.

*All pricing and figures for acceleration, power, speed, range and charging are Manufacturer’s estimates based on best information available at time of publication. Jaguar I-PACE production vehicles will be tested and certified prior to release, with official figures available prior to any customer delivery.

 

Silver Jaguar I-PACE Front Exterior on Highway
Overhead View of Silver Jaguar I-PACE
Jaguar I-PACE Steering Wheel and Dashboard
White Jaguar I-PACE Luxury Interior

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