The only time another car maker can take away from another is with the design and features they offer. Right now I find that the Jaguar E-Pace looks a bit too "soft" if you know what I mean but the I-Pace prototypes look amazing, an entirely different take on Jaguar design that would make me leave Audi fast than you can say Audi.Yeah I don't think its a race either, most deciding on a new electric will probably traditionally stick with the brands that they've owned in the past. The big factors will be price points and what options come standard on the various trim levels. I have a feeling we wont see much different in the range/efficiency from brand to brand in the first wave of electric SUV's. But I also think its a good idea to wait until after the first generation releases and goes through quality of life changes.
Not sure how you can say that when we don't know much about what other car makers will be doing.Its going to be a tough for any automaker to follow up with what Jaguar has delivered in the new I-Pace. There are some reports that the e-Tron should have a little bit better range (311 miles) and be priced slightly higher, with an entry price of at least £60,000.
Impressive range to be putting out especially since a recent Mercedes EV is confirmed to get over 270 miles, no mention on peak range but 270 is already a good baseline.