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The I-Pace is a compelling choice, whether you’re after an electric car or a luxury SUV. It’s capable of travelling longer distances on a full charge than its electric SUV rivals, and it is much quicker than many of them, too. Add in a comfortable ride and plush interior, and it’s a great EV to live with, even if the BMW iX3 offers a similar package for less money.get the best price
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Entry-level S spec features lots of luxuries, including keyless entry, dual-zone climate control, and ambient interior lighting. Meanwhile, standard safety kit includes lane-keep assist, low-speed automatic emergency braking and a traffic sign recognition system. It’s enough to make it our pick of the range. You may want to add the Drive Assist Pack to get adaptive cruise control with steering assist, though.
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Every I-Pace has two electric motors – one powers the front wheels and the other the rears – producing a combined 395bhp. That’s enough for 0-60mph in 4.5sec, while a 90kWh battery pack gives the car an official range of 292 miles between charges. In our real-world range test, in which we use a mix of roads to give a representative figure, the I-Pace managed a very impressive distance of 253 miles.
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