Haha lucky you! My I-Pace is in the shop for the next 2-3 weeks due to infotainment and climate control screens going dark and all they had to give me was a Hyundai Tuscon. By the time I get my I-Pace back I'll have spent about $800 to drive around in a 3 year old Tuscon. I'm so sad to say that I feel like my next 3+years will be just waiting to get to a breakeven point where I can go buy a more reliable electric, of which there will be many great choices by 2021-2022. I can pretty much already say I won't be getting a Jag again, mostly due to how awfully slow the service is when you have issues. Only 2 dealers in my county and both are backed up 3 weeks for service at all times. I'd be more forgiving if I could get my car back within 3-4 days, but knowing it'll be 2-3 weeks (minimum) EVERY TIME there's an issues is just bonkers bat **** crazytown stupid. My last car was a Chevy Volt and it hardly ever needed anything in 3.5 years, and when it did, I was able to get an appt within 2-3 days and they fixed it within 1-2 days after that.