Jaguar i Pace and Mercedes EQC are both European electric SUVs. What differences do they have?
The Jaguar I-Pace and the Mercedes EQC 400 4MATIC are two luxury SUVs where they are fully electric. They offer dynamic features, large interiors, impressive appearance and satisfactory electric autonomy but also very good performance.
The I-Pace has a 90 kWh battery and offers over 500 km of range in ideal city conditions. Its real autonomy is 370 km. For acceleration 0-100 it takes just 4.7 sec while the top speed is 200 km/h. It is AWD and has a total power of 294 kW (400 PS)
The EQC 4Matic has a 85 kWh battery and offers also over 500 km of range in ideal city conditions but its real autonomy is 360 km. For acceleration 0-100 it needs 5.1 sec while the top speed is 180 km/h. It is also AWD and has a total power of 300 kW (408 PS)
In the video below from YouTube channel ANWB, you can see a few details compared to the two electric SUVs. The Jaguar I-Pace has impressively large interior space and has a trunk at both the front and the back.
And the EQC 4Matic has a lot of space inside, but the middle tunnel makes it a little difficult for the ideal comfort. For more check the video below.
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Description from YouTube (google translate):
In this ANWB Autotest the Jaguar I-PACE versus the Mercedes EQC. Car editor Frank Buma compares these two cars with each other.