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Jaguar I-Pace SUV - Practicality & boot space

The I-Pace has a big boot and lots of space for rear seat passengers

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4.3 out of 5

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Practicality & boot space Rating

4.0 out of 5

Jaguar I-Pace interior space & storage

The I-Pace feels bigger inside than you might expect from looking at it, offering plenty of space for rear-seat passengers but it's quite a bit smaller than the Audi e-tron and Tesla Model X, which can come with five, six or seven seats. The shape of the I-Pace results in plenty of headroom, and the lack of a transmission tunnel makes sitting in the middle rear seat more comfortable than it is in a conventionally powered car. Seating three adults in the back shouldn’t be a problem, although shoulder room may be restricted.

The interior offers occupants a total of three 12V sockets and six USB ports, as well as handy storage trays under the rear seats for laptops and tablets.

Boot space

The I-Pace has 557 litres of boot space, which expands to 1,453 litres with the rear seats folded down. With the rear seats out of the way, the boot is totally flat, making it easy to slide in long, heavy items. A 'frunk' space under the bonnet provides a 27-litre cubby, which is big enough for shopping, soft bags or charging cables.

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