With supercar looks, sports auto performance and SUV space all in one electric package, Jaguar promises to rip up the rule book when it comes to what drivers expect from an electric vehicle. Jaguar is saying today that, when treated to a 100 kW DC fast charger, the I-PACE will go from zero to 80-percent in approximately 45 minutes.
Jaguar's new electric SUV, the I-Pace, will officially break cover in production form March 1, at an online event scheduled just ahead of a formal unveiling on March 6 at the Geneva motor show.
Undergoing 1.5 million miles and 11,000 hours of component testing, final winter testing have been taking place in Sweden, where the car's all-wheel-drive performance was tested in Arctic conditions of as little as -40°C.
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Jaguar chooses to remain discreet about the powertrain and performance details.
The I-Pace is expected to have a similar output to the concept version that came out in 2016.
Reveal and order dates weren't the only things Jaguar announced regarding the I-Pace. "You can see the true value of the I-Pace's dramatic silhouette and powerful proportions when you see it on the road, against other cars".
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Cold weather has not, traditionally, been the friend of electric vehicles. This isn't just a concept. Capable of charging in less than 45 minutes* and with sports auto performance and SUV practicality, the I-PACE will be the ideal every day vehicle - whether on the school run, daily commute or even coping with sub-zero temperatures.
That system requires the electric Jaguar to stay plugged in while parked, though we suspect the company has spent a fair bit of time testing how the battery holds up after multi-day "cold soak" periods at those temperatures.
Jaguar released a new video featuring extreme winter tests of its I-PACE electric SUV at the Jaguar Land Rover's Ice Academy in Sweden.. Last we'd heard, in numbers Jaguar was sharing previous year, the I-PACE would do zero to 80-percent in 90 minutes on a 50 kW DC fast charger.
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