Reading all these posts gives me an uneasy feeling that I've just spent $90,000 on something which I can't truly rely. Unlike some of you who have multiple vehicles, this is our primary car, and we need it to work. While it has not been a disaster like some report, it has had issues including stranding my wife at work and not powering up to drive (worked fine w/o explanation the next day--no codes recorded by computer). There's been a few other bugs, like the radio turning on randomly (twice), start button occasionally needing to be pushed twice to start, and some sort of fault at a EA charger that had us sitting around for a nervous hour trying to get it to charge.
On the other hand, the car is phenomenal. Like many of you, I've had them all...Porsches, Mercedes, many BMW's...I find the I-Pace in a class by itself, at least for now until the Taycan comes out. The luxury, handling, speed, quietness...just tremendous. I'm really, really hoping these early bugs get ironed out.
Does anyone think Jaguar will get their hands around these early bugs, and we can expect a more stable car down the road? Or, is this just wishful thinking?