This is true about all EVs, but efficiency (MPG or MPGe) is quite different than refueling time - how often is empty to full truly a requirement? Plus, it's really that last 20% that slows you down: Tesla supercharger is 40 min to 80%, JLR reports 45min for 0-80% DC fast charge of iPace. Check out this YouTube Video where someone achieved a 3% to 50% iPace charge in 26 min
. I only drive more than 100mi/day a small handful of times per year, and overnight garage charging is ideal, so going EV works for me. I'm also certain there will be improvements in the tech that reduce "fast charge" times.
My point was to address the recent "negative" press on how "less efficient" the iPace is vs. its EV 'competition'... I'm not going to choose a car based on a minor difference in efficiency, whether measured in MPG or MPGe. Style, utility, quality, and features are far more important. If I had a 100+ mi daily commute I might feel differently, but I calculate by going EV I'm going from about $0.24/mi to $0.04/mi in "fuel" cost (80% cost reduction, even ignoring the ZERO emissions factor!), so that last 10-20% of efficiency - say from 75MPGe (iPace rating) to 89 or 92 (the MX ratings) is of little influence on my choice. I suspect the same logic holds for most others considering a car in this price range.