Do it! This is our third EV and third fourth luxury car. It's definitely a favorite.
Ohhhh I didn't know that, that's awesomeyou can powerbrake it (two pedal driving)
Turn off TC/SC (TRACdsc mode).>Ohhhh I didn't know that, that's awesome
+1New to forum to track owner experience.
And the Tesla Model 3 would be $35,000. >They keep saying it'll start in the 80-90k range. I'm not gonna cry if it's super expensive, though. I just won't get one. As for the Turbo S with all the bells and whistles, that's a lot of engine that's more expensive than a motor and battery pack. PLUS a motor and battery pack.
I'm going to predict the average driver will go faster around an autocross course in an I-Pace than a GTR. And an Audi eTron will be the proverbial duck out of water. It looks like they started with an ICE chassis and adapted it.Thanks, all for the endorsements. Before I got too old, I was a track rat (Nissan GTR, Porsche 991.1C2S) so I really appreciated the "feel" of the i-Pace when I drove it. For my timing next year, I see the competition as the Audi e-Tron and the M-B EQC. Haven't driven the e-Tron, but sat in one at a Dealer preview. The M-B EQC is probably going to be numb, compared to the i-Pace. Watching the Audi video on the development process, it looks like it's a very well-sorted vehicle and my prejudice is that it had about 10X the development engineering as the i-Pace. The Audi and the i-Pace are priced at an equivalent level for the spec I would want. The Porsche, whose name I won't even repeat, is probably going to be priced like all Porsche's--A completely unrealistic "base" price, but an extra 25% after one adds the options, like brakes and seats, etc (lol). I proved this, again, for myself when I "built" a Cayenne PHEV against the BMW X5 PHEV and came up with a 25% price premium for the car I would buy. I got to drive an E-type when they were first released and it's one of the all-time best looking cars, ever. I think the i-Pace is a similar leader and a standout in a sea of lookalikes. Really looking forward to all the owner experience as the first year> owners become the "development testers".