The I-Pace has a claimed range of 286 miles, plenty for most, but rivals like the Tesla Model 3 and Model X can do better. Charging the 90kWh battery pack on a 50kWh charging system will get you slightly fewer than 170 miles in 60 minutes. Or, if you use a 100kWh fast charging system, you can get 156 miles of range in approximately half that time.
Using a standard domestic wall socket will gain you around 5.9 miles of range per hour, which means slightly less than 60 miles of range after a 10-hour charge. A 7kW domestic wall box will have you fully charged in 13 hours.
As a rough rule of thumb, running the I-Pace – even if you’re regularly hooking it up to higher-tariff, fast-charging public connections – will still be about half the price of fuelling a comparable diesel SUV. There are also benefits in terms of super-low BIK tax for company car users, and exemption from various congestion and low-emission zones that help mitigate the higher leasing prices.
Read our guide to how much it costs to charge and run an electric car for more information.