Software update won't fix adaptive cruise control locking into vehicles in adjacent lanes and suddenly applying the brakes. Neither will it fix the blind spot monitoring not alerting until a car is well past the rear bumper. Safety is highly important to me and a new I-Pace will be just as bad.
Agreed about the safety part. I've had a lot of issues BUT not the ones you're describing (other than the blank screens but they always come back after rebooting). In 2-4 weeks, my I-Pace is supposed to be getting another bottom screen (of the Touch Pro Duo)...it will be the 2nd replacement since I took delivery 12/1/18...so the 3rd bottom screen. Apparently, they don't have it stock and it's on order.
While it's unacceptable, IMHO, I'm still not giving up yet on the I-Pace...although almost definitely will be trading it in 3 years for a Porsche or Audi EV.
BTW - I did notice that after bringing my I-Pace in for the brake regen recall s/w update and likely other s/w module updates (as I was told my my Jag SA that they do all s/w updates if possible when in for service) that the Navi and other Infotainment system controls do in fact seem to be quite faster than before...so that's a very good thing!
In addition, I also noticed that the max range counter in the driver's screen (in front of the steering wheel) seems to be hanging right around 260-280mi. max range for the past few days of mostly city driving, and so far, it hasn't adjusted down to 220-234mi. like it used to. Not sure what's going on here...did one of the latest s/w updates actually make the vehicle more efficient with longer max battery range OR is it just more efficient in the way it tracks the mileage used vs. max battery range? Or, is it actually more deceiving now, inaccurately showing a much higher max battery mileage range?