I like "luxury" in my cars and was convinced I'd be buying the I-Pace once released. Had one of the first orders in, until......I finally got to see one in person and drove it, which unlike the Model 3 when it was released, was not an option we had. While the I-Pace was nice and I only had a short time with the car, it just did not give off a great first impression to me. Certainly wasn't the same looking as the prototype car I saw at the auto show. I cancelled the order and bought another Model 3 as my personal car.
In this video from Britain, they did a back to back test of the two cars. One of the turnoffs of the I-Pace for me was hearing about the real world range. I knew it would be less than just about any Tesla, but sounded like it would be under 200 miles.
I don't know what kind of test these guys did, but they said they tested the "real world" range of both cars. Was shocked to see the results, which come at the 22:18 mark of the video. Will definitely have to do so more research now to see if others are getting the same results. I know I certainly don't get 300 miles out of my car in "normal" driving. Probably could if I hypermiled it. But I've also never gotten the rated range in any of my Model S cars either, at least with my "normal" natural driving style.
Will be interesting to see what people think. This being a Tesla forum, naturally it will be one-sided, but curious to hear other's real world results in the Performance Model 3??