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This is literally our first drive of the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace electric crossover. It lasted about 2 minutes and occurred on a tiny autocross in a frigid parking lot in New Jersey, but if we're to split hairs, it is indeed the first time we've piloted this revolutionary EV SUV-ish vehicle from a company better known for barking exhausts and slinky sport coupes.
This luxury crossover will be missed.
The bright paint offsets a dreary winter.
I'll admit this may sound slightly petty.
You need a good audio system for road trips.
Supercharger + AWD + snow = fun times by all.
The Jaguar XJR's premium trim lends a bit more modernity to the familiar cabin.
Folding the Sportbrake's rear seats down produces a nice, flat expanse for cargo, with no obtrusive humps or bumps on the side.
We'd be happy if Jaguar would make the supercharger a tad louder though.
Only for those with a strong dislike of scraping windshields.
It gets great fuel economy and has power when and where you need it.