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In Pictures: Jaguar’s first all-electric car I-PACE with about 250 miles of range in 2018


Today, Jaguar unveiled its first all-electric car, the I-PACE, which it aims to bring to market in 2018. Jamie shared his take on it this morning, but it was a little light on pictures so I’ve put together a few galleries of the electric compact SUV.

Here’s a quick list of the main specs as released by Jaguar and further down you can take a look at pictures of the actual prototype unveiled and also of promotional shots:

  • Range of “over 500 km” NEDC-rated  – so closer to ~250 real-world miles
  • 90 kWh battery pack developed by Jaguar (pack not the cells)
  • 700 Nm of torque
  • 0 to 60 mph in “about 4 seconds”
  • Drag coefficient of 0.29

I-PACE at the unveiling in LA:

I-PACE Promotional pictures:

Jaguar also offered a VR experience to people attending the unveiling to show some features:


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