Jaguar's All-Electric SUV Will Cost $10000 Less Than the Tesla Model X

Jaguar's All-Electric SUV Will Cost $10000 Less Than the Tesla Model X

Jaguar's All-Electric SUV Will Cost $10000 Less Than the Tesla Model X

The vehicle has a 90-kilowatt battery that powers the engine for up to 240 miles (only slightly less than the 295-mile range of the Tesla Model X.) The I-PACE will be shown at the New York International Auto Show later this month and will be available in the USA during the second half of this year. The Jaguar I-Pace reportedly costs $10,000 less than the 75D.

To be fair, the Model X range includes other variants that smash the I-Pace in terms of range and performance but such triumphs stretch the price gap to more than $25,000.

At that time, only United Kingdom pricing was given-but on Tuesday, Jaguar released the US price for the electric crossover utility vehicle that goes on sale sometime this fall.

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As for acceleration, the Jaguar outruns the Tesla model, as well. The Jaguar I-Pace is cheaper and quicker than the base Tesla Model X 75D, and is expected to return a slightly longer driving range, too. Take a look at the table below to see how it stacks up against the Model X and Model 3.

While comparing the two, Jaguar's charging infrastructure falls behind Tesla's robust network. With these, the battery of the Model X can be reliably replenished in a little over an hour.

Using a 100-kW DC fast charger, the battery of the Jaguar I-Pace can be charged up to 80 percent in 40 minutes. That's because the $7,500 federal tax credit for electric vehicles only applies to the first 200,000 EVs that an automaker sells, and Tesla expects to cross that threshold before the end of 2018. Yes, they're both electric crossovers, but the I-Pace is smaller, only offering seating for five. Jaguar races the Model X 100D, not the more powerful P100D.

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