The Jaguar I-Pace BEV has been discussed previously on this forum (e.g. on the Jag gets in on the "EV's don't have to look stupid" Market. thread), but I thought it would be good to start a dedicated thread to the car itself - similar to other BEVs on this sub-forum. Maybe that will also help avoid cluttering of the various Model 3 threads. At least in Europe and U.S., Jaguar has started to register interest for the car - meaning one can sign-up with the different country subsidiaries of Jaguar, who will then also hook you up with the nearest dealer. At least one member, @smac, has mentioned on TMC of having already paid a deposit for this car. So, definitely Jaguar is a bit further along in their canvassing than, say, the Audi/Volkswagen group who are merely talking one way at this stage. I would be interested to hear if others than @smac have signed up on the I-Pace yet? I am considering it as well, though of course this early in the game it is just a gesture in most places, not yet really an actual commitment. Back in November The Verge said I-Pace is aimed at Model X, but I am not convinced of that - indeed the fact that it does not seem to be, keeps me interested since I'm predominantly looking for a second car. First of all, it is smaller. Second, what we now have heard of it pricing suggests 10-15% above a similar F-Pace, which - unless Jaguar only sticks to highest end of the F-Pace comparison - should allow for also a price range below Model X. Anything is possible, though, in this transition stage of the market. I-Pace may well be delayed and/or priced upwards of expectations. It is also clear the concept shown has many concept car qualities to it, so changes in interior styling etc. can be expected. I'll close this opening post with a great quote from @smac. Let's keep talking.