Another Tesla, another drag race video, it seems. This time it’s the Model X starring opposite Jaguar’s latest, the fully electric I-Pace, as the two SUVs go head-to-head in an acceleration and braking drag race where both go from a standstill to 60 mph (96 km/h) and back to a stop.

To recap, the I-Pace boasts of a total system output of 400 PS and 696 Nm of torque, with an electric motor on each axle propelling the SUV from zero to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds. A 90 kWh lithium-ion battery pack is poistioned on the floor and provides up to 480 km of range.

In the American corner, the Tesla Model X steps up to the starting line first in 75D guise, which brings twin motors and a 75 kWh battery (hence the name) for a 381 km range. The 0-100 km/h time for the 75D is 6.0 seconds and it has a top speed of 209 km/h. Predictably, the I-Pace walks it.

Next in line for the drag race is the Model X in 100D guise. With a more capable 100 kWh battery pack, this is good enought to offer 475 km of range for the American electric SUV. This time, the 100D runs the I-Pace closer at the 60 mph braking mark, though it is still half a car length behind the electric Jaguar at this point.

In the end the I-Pace still beats the Model X in the 0-96-0 km/h acceleration and braking exercise. As former IndyCar champion and Model X driver Tony Kanaan points out, there still is the P100D which has even greater performance. However, Panasonic Jaguar Racing Formula E driver and I-Pace driver for this exercise, Mitch Evans, also notes that the P100D version of the Model X is almost twice the price of the I-Pace.

GALLERY: Jaguar I-Pace