Jaguar has been targeting Tesla owners with mailer adverts in which the automaker makes a bold comparison between the I-Pace and the Tesla Model X.
The British automaker introduced the I-Pace, its first all-electric vehicle,
The Jaguar is delivering only about 200 I-Paces per month.
Jaguar is delivering only about 200 I-Paces per month in the country.
In the brochure, Jaguar compares the I-Pace favorably to the Tesla Model X (Image by trinitesla on Reddit ):
Jaguar has been trying to compare its electric vehicle to the Model X.
When it first launched the vehicle last year, Jaguar released a drag race with a now discontinued Version of the Tesla Model X.
In this review of the Jaguar I-Pace.
I've read that it's a
However, Jaguar has been claiming that it is an SUV and it compares to the Model X.
Tesla's Model X is a real full-size SUV that is much bigger than the I-Pace and has a lot more cargo space.
I do not know why Jaguar keeps insisting on the model X. I think they are doing a disservice when doin g that.
That comparison chart is simply misleading.
Forget that they should not compare them in the first place, Jaguar says that the Model X Standard Range gets 250 miles on a single charge.
It's not clear where they took that number, but the Model X Standard Range has an EPA estimated range of 255 miles.
So, they are almost left-out like fast-charging capacity, driver assist features, and cargo space in their comparison points.
Jaguar has a stunning vehicle on his hands that happens to be electric.
I think they should focus on making their own EV in the market because they are on the stock market Tesla, they are going to have a tough time.
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