The Teslas have regen cut out somewhere around 5 mph - don't know why, but it seems less than ideal.
I don't know why either ... AP will happily use Max Regen but also brakes to bring the car to a full stop. So important to remember to remember!! that you have to use brakes to stop, which is bound to lead to some bumps. But, that said, I very rarely use brakes for a full stop (where I wasn't already on the brakes, so slowing down faster than Max Regen), or needing to make that final stop faster than the regen-deceleration-rate, alone, was going to achieve, but that may just be me.
... every 5 minutes I have to drive out of my way to get to get in line to pay for gas ...
Hilarious! but, yeah, I used to spend 8 hours a year (10 mins a week) pumping gas ...
Tesla has Super Chargers.
Tesla has mobile repairs.
Jag has...? stealerships?
So when you can't get spares (for months on end) / aren't happy with something, are the Jag Dealers going to serve you better than the Tesla solution?
Tesla sent me a reply to an email yesterday - 6 weeks after I sent it. They didn't answer the question (which didn't particularly need my account details) but wanted my old email address (changed about 2 years ago in my online account) to find my details. Their reply quoted my VIN number to me (that obviously isn't any use in finding my account)
I'd class that as "not great" !!
Do you guys (and gals) really thing ipaces will be delivered in 4-6 months?
I do. There are loads floating being seen around in USA - for training / demos etc. That sounds like a company that is already tooled up to having a finished, debugged, product ready to sell. But:
come March see what the Model Y looks like
by then I reckon they will be sold out of the 20K first year units ...