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According to motoring.com.au, the Jaguar I-PACE electric SUV can cost around $120,000 before on-road costs. At least that's a general pricing range they were given by JLRA managing director Matthew Wiesner. That's a fair price to pay considering its competition which is the Tesla Model X adn that one has an MSRP of $122,810.
 

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I have a feeling that if they offer SVO parts, we can see some of these easily costing $140-150k out the door. SVO stuff isn't cheap but depending on how well they apply it on the I-Pace, selling an I-Pace with SVO goodies won't be an issue, sort of to the extent Tesla's have been selling at.
 

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So far Jaguar is only offering SVO with the F-Type, but if Tesla is doing it than Jaguar may do the same just to be more competitive with the luxury EV crowd.
 

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I don't think it's far off that we can see an SVO edition. May be produced in smaller quantities or a limited quantity but they can't go wrong with making it happen. Nothing to really lose.
 

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I'm not quite sure how accurate this information is, but Jaguar may have hinted that the I-Pace will cost around 10-15% more than an equivalent version of the F-Pace SUV. Don't know how much an equivalent version would cost.
 

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I'm not quite sure how accurate this information is, but Jaguar may have hinted that the I-Pace will cost around 10-15% more than an equivalent version of the F-Pace SUV. Don't know how much an equivalent version would cost.
Where did you get that from?

If true then this will be much cheaper than I thought looking at how much the F-Pace goes for, which has me questioning your source. Even pricing well beyond that percentage threshold they can pull in some good sales.
 

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There is no way this can cost as much as the F-Pace, it just doesn't make sense. It's obviously way more advanced and chock full of tech. Amazing performance numbers as well. I'm banking on that $100k+ area.
 

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One thing we should consider is the pricing of what else is on the market, Tesla Model X being one of them at $120k+
Combining that with the information we have here, i'm starting to think they'll undercut Model X Pricing, bringing the I-Pace to just under $100k USD.
 

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£55,000 equates to roughly $67k usd at the given moment. Now... Maybe, maybe they'll have a base model of about $70k and fully spec'd to bring it just around $90k?

The F-Pace S starts at around $60k and spec'd out to the T comes out at around $80k
 

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£55,000 equates to roughly $67k usd at the given moment. Now... Maybe, maybe they'll have a base model of about $70k and fully spec'd to bring it just around $90k?

The F-Pace S starts at around $60k and spec'd out to the T comes out at around $80k
Looks like my estimation was about right since regardless of if it starts at $80k or $90k, $100k is still the overall ballpark for what we can expect to pay out the door. Given whatever packages, options, accessories will be offered $100k might be broken slightly.
 

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To be competitive with Tesla, I think the I-Pace will need to sit somewhere around $85k as that's how much the base model Model X goes for without the federal tax credit. A fair price for what you're getting.
 

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What could changed pricing and increase this range drastically (price range) is if they decide to offer multiple battery options.
 

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What could changed pricing and increase this range drastically (price range) is if they decide to offer multiple battery options.
What they should have at some point is an SVO version that rivals the P100D, as for inbetween trims, i'm not so sure. They might now want to paint with such broad strokes for now, but then again being Jaguar and launching aggressively as they have been, i could be proven wrong.
 

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I'm pretty sure an SVO version would be in the works. Not too sure if it'll have something similar to a ludicrous mode or not but maybe they'll be a boost button of some sort.
 

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From the Offiial Jag UK site - FAQ

Here's what the Jag UK website has to say on pricing:

How much is I‑PACE likely to cost?
Final pricing will not be confirmed until closer to the launch of I‑PACE. Whilst electric propulsion systems can be twice as expensive as conventional systems, we assume I‑PACE will be priced 10-15% above a similarly powered and equipped Jaguar F‑PACE.​

So considering the statement "similarly powered and equipped Jaguar F‑PACE", the only comparable F-PACE can be the S AWD priced without options from £53,365. We all know given a price range estimate, the manufacturer is likely to fall on the higher side, so +15% = £61,370.

Considering the battery size, performance and quality, this seems reasonable and undercuts the 'nearest comparable' Tesla model X considerably.

Just put down my £1000, fully refundable deposit :laugh:
Hedging my bets and leaving my Model 3 deposit in place for the time being, purely based on cost, leaning hevily towards the Jag though :smile2:
 

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Now that was a legit ideal breakdown, thanks for that!

For that price, I'm definitely in. Unfortunately I called one of my dealers and they aren't allowing me to put my deposit down, so I'm not too sure if NA still isn't on board yet or if my dealer is just playing around.

I'll try contacting another and see what they say.
 

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£61,370 sounds more than reasonable, convert that to USD and it's around $77,801 without factoring incentives and whatnot. But in CAD it's a staggering $104,500. I'm sure Jaguar will adjust the prices accordingly so one market isn't overwhelmed by the current conversion rates.
 

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All pricing is predicated on who they're competing with in each market. Look at the segment the i-Pace competes with and what comparable models are selling for in the market you're in. Easy way to get an answer and do away with currency conversions.
 
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