There may be camouflage on the inside, but you can still see a lot of the concept in the center console. So excited for what the rest of the cabin holds now that we know Jaguar is taking so many features from the concept we all love!
This isn't much different than what we have seen from JLR in recent years. Already I can see some things it shares with the Velar like that center console among other things. Its a positive and negative about JLR.
Agree, they could have done it in a way that most would consider stealthy and of all vehicles for them to do this on, it was on the more modern car to come from Jaguar....not a good look in my opinion.
that might just be something related to the testing process going on here but most importantly is that we have space and some function in the are to go with it, great place to stash our phones when not in use.
I can't believe that the vents of this testmodel are the one that will be in the I-Pace. If you take a closer look at the vents on the left side, you can see that it doesn't fit properly. (thirth picture)
Don't take to much value to this pictures.
Aside from the vents, everything else is very similar to the concept model. Just imagine the cabin without those wires and red emergency button and we have a pretty good picture of what the production model will look like. The prototype also seems to have a digital instrument cluster, maybe the map can be displayed there.
Well lucky for us this has high odds of further leading design so you probably have better odds of winning the lottery than getting an I-Pace production model that's ugly. Plus there was that prototype that looked a lot like the concept.
they should really get into making most things touch screen so that way what we can control from the front or rear almost has no limitations and being the brands first EV it would be a great move, little things like this go a long way.
words that came after it talked about how there would be a possible battery drain which makes complete sense, being a test mule it isn't as idiot proof as a production model which requires little thought of what would impact the batteries capacity.
Doesn't make sense to warn the test drivers against braking at certain RPMs, because the average owner certainly won't care. Unless they're performing a regen only test, though I don't recall hearing of such a feature in the I-Pace.