"Between these three [iPace, Model X and E-Tron], we covered over 1,600 miles, and they all achieved two miles per kWh overall. What does this mean? Well, let’s assume you only charge at home, paying 15p per kWh. That 15p will take you two miles; extrapolated, 10,000 miles a year will cost you £750. Or the equivalent of a regular petrol car doing 73.4mpg. Of course, costs will rise if you’re charging away from home. But it was cold and windy during our tests, and we drove spiritedly, so I reckon you’ll do better, average 2.5 maybe. It cost me £50.63 to drive the I-Pace to Devon and back, some 390 miles, not including being full at home when I left. But still, cheaper than diesel. A bit."
Many people assume electric cars are cheap to run, well they are but only at the equivalent of 73.4mpg. I somehow expected a lot more. A trip from London to Devon and back was £50, about 350 miles I guess. My my Jag I'd do that for £58 in my Audi Q7 it would be around £140ish.