2019 Jaguar I-Pace EV can be a one-pedal car, review says

It depends on what the driver wants

Jaguar has been flying journalists to Portugal to drive the new I-Pace EV. Here are some of the first impressions on Jaguar’s first-ever electric car.

The Jaguar I-Pace draws its juices from a 90 kWh battery pack. It feeds two electric motors - one tasked with spinning the front wheels, the other taking care of the rear wheels - for an overall system output of 394 hp and 512 lb-ft (696 Nm) of torque.

According to Jaguar, the I-Pace can travel for about 480 km on a single charge - that’s roughly 298 miles - and it takes about 13 hours to fully recharge the Li-ion battery.

So, what’s it like to drive? Well, we won’t make a transcript of the Edmunds video below, but they do mention it’s still Jaguar-sporty despite of its generous weight - as you know, a chunky battery pack and two electric motors are the biggest culprits for that.

For more info, do check out the video below:

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