The 2020 Jaguar I-Pace represents the bleeding edge of automotive technology.
This puts it in competition with a small but interesting cohort of machines that wouldn’t otherwise compete in this space if typical internal combustion engines were under their hoods. The Tesla Model X is the closest competitor here.
It is tit-for-tat the reason the I-Pace exists.
The Tesla can go further on a charge but lacks the good looks of the Jaguar.
The all-electric Porsche Taycan isn’t a crossover, but it is prestigious, attractive, expensive, and decidedly performance-oriented.
It might not be as spacious as the Jaguar but it is far more sporty.
The Ford Mustang Mach E is another left-field competitor.
It’s a Ford, after all—a blue-collar product for the masses, not a luxury nameplate.
But the Mach E defies this century-old brand perception.Perhaps the closest competitor is the Audi E-Tron line.
Like the Jag, the Audi E-Tron hasn’t deviated from the popular crossover formula—it looks less like its own product line than an electrified Q5.
For those not looking to stick out, the E-Tron or the often-delayed electric Mercedes EQC are probably the most enticing options among the current crop of zero-emission luxury crossovers.
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