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not a reflection on the new Jag, but we were told one of the benefits of electric drive meant 'huge' differences to packaging resulting in 'revolutionary' improvements in interiors, space and lounge room. Has this happened?
Not been in a Tesla, but it and the new Audi e-enter name here seem to still have exactly the same packaging as an ICE car (long bonnet/cabin, huge footprint).
Is it - irrespective of powerplant - safety (need for front crumple zones etc) that determines the shape/packaging of a car, over how it's fueled?
One recent car (don't laugh) that was pretty good packaging-wise, was the double-floored A-Class. Make it electric, get Lotus to tune the chassis and you've got a car that in part delivers on the electric car packaging dream far more effectively than many others.
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