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    In depth tour of the new Jaguar i-Pace

    A tour around the first edition I-Pace, for those that like wood I think this looks great with how they’ve integrated it into the interior.

    Lovely looking car and one that I really want to test drive.

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    That charcoal ash is a nice compliment to the interior. Have to look out for one to see it in the flesh.
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    That looks impressive. Nice touch that sunglasses compartment.

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    Very Smart interior..

    Very Repulsive exterior unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rchiv View Post
    That looks impressive. Nice touch that sunglasses compartment.

    Roger
    Straight out of the XE, as I have the same one in mine. It does look well made, I disagree there Henry, the exterior does have function in its styling in order to give it a low drag coefficient which means extra range. Clever how it’s done.

    I’d love one, bit out of my price range though at the moment. Quick EV’s are fun to drive.

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