Maybe there trying a different strategy than Tesla and under promising and over delivering! I do think Tesla will continue to have upper hand as they are more than an electric car company giving there superior AP program. Maybe this will motivate Tesla to get EAP delivered.220 miles (350km) of range for a 90Kw battery pack sounds a bit low, but if you look at the picture of the interior it states 505 km range with 100% charge, I know it's just a concept, but I would think the range should be better than 220 miles for a 90KW
Yeah, I thought Model 3 initially, because of the shape, but after looking at more photos (there was one with someone standing next to it for reference) plus the fact the literature is calling it an SUV, I would have to agree with you that it is closer to the Model X. Their website is suggesting it may cost 10-15% more than a similarly equipped F-Pace.The i-Pace seems like it's going to happen. They're taking $1200 deposits here in Norway, and they're rumored to have over 1500 reservations.
The production doesn't seem like it will be massive, though, maybe something like 20k per year. And I can't see how anyone would classify it as a Model 3 competitor. It's somewhere between a Model X competitor and a Model Y competitor. The price should be somewhere north of 60k USD, maybe even exceeding 100k USD.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding something but it looks to me like both of the vehicles shown above have front end grills designed to hide a radiator. Maybe they are hybrids and not pure electric?