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Jaguar I-Pace spotted out in the wild

Jaguar I-Pace Spotted In Leicesteshire

The Jaguar I-Pace has been spotted driving around on the streets of Leicestershire.

Caught by a dash cam on board a Tesla Model S of all cars, the new Jaguar I-Pace (undergoing testing?) out on the A5 in Leicestershire.   This is the second time the I-Pace has been spotted,  This sighting comes soon after a development model was seen near JLR's Coventry headquarters in production spec dressed in the colours of the brand's Formula E team, and we think this is the same car,  sadly we missed the registration plate, but it certainly matches the images reported on Autocar.  It's also further proof the Jaguar I-Pace concept model is very similar to this road version.

Looking closely at the footage, a few things stand out.

  • Firstly the suspension height, it seems high for the road type, will it feature height adjustable suspension like the market leader the Tesla Model X.
  • Can we see the charging port flap in the photos?  The is a slight difference in the wrap around the front near side wheel arch. This differs from Tesla, Nissan and Audi vehicles.
  • What remains to be seen is how it will compete with Tesla with no charging network, this is what makes the Tesla fleet the only electric car to have for anyone travelling long distances.

Jaguar I-Pace Images.

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