Jaguar's I-Pace is more than just some high-value concept car that's incompetent of tackling an ordinary road. To prove that, Jaguar took it to London, near the iconic Olympic Park in Stratford ahead of its 2018 debut.
Jaguar drove the car on real roads to prove just how far the progress was. The classic Jaguar sports energy is nevertheless there despite the 90kWh battery power pack. That means this beauty can sprint from 0-100km/ h in around four seconds.
The British brand claims the I-Pace will have a range of 310 miles (500km) on a single charge placing it up alongside the Tesla Model S and Model X.
This is the first time a near-production ready I-Pace electric SUV has been unleashed on the streets in the UK.
The all-electric SUV from Jaguar is powered by two electric motors positioned on the front and rear axles, with combined power output of 396bhp and 700Nm torque.
Using the 50kW DC charging, the electric SUV achieves 80 percent charge in just 90 minutes. Jaguar has now opened the bookings with an ‘I want one' button on their website.
The Jaguar I-Pace, as per director of design Ian Callum, will offer "sports car performance and SUV space... with supercar inspired aesthetics... all in one electric package."
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