Jaguar To Livestream Electric I-Pace Reveal On March 1

Jaguar will reveal the production version of the battery-electric I-Pace SUV on March 1, in a special event that will be livestreamed online.

The British automaker will keep the design of the I-Pace mostly intact for the production version and claims that it will be able to charge its battery pack up to 80 percent in 45 minutes, with the help of a 100kW charger.

No technical details have been announced yet but the production version should remain close to the specs of the concept, at least in its range-topping version.

The I-Pace concept’s electric powertrain had an electric motor producing 400PS and 516lb-ft (700Nm) of torque and a large 90kWh battery pack. Jaguar claimed back then that it’s capable of traveling for more than 500km (310 miles) on a single charge.

Recent reports suggest that the first battery electric Jaguar will be available in four different trim levels, but we’ll have to wait in order to see if these will be separated from technical differences in addition to the usual equipment differences.

“The all-electric I-PACE is not only a pioneer within our business, it promises to revolutionise the industry,” said Ian Callum, Jaguar’s Design Director. “Never before have I been so excited for a launch – the world is watching with great anticipation and I cannot wait for the world to see everything we have achieved with this car.”

All we have to do is wait three more days to find out the full details of the all-electric Jaguar I-Pace, unless of course these somehow find their way online earlier than expected. In any case, stay tuned!

  • YUDHA BAGASKARA

    red one is smaller?

    • cashifyer

      its 3 different cars, buddy

      e-Pace, i-Pace and f-Pace

      • Carlos Gamarra

        thats what i thought

  • Ruel Lewis

    When are they gonna reveal the f pace svr??

    • LWOAP

      Have patience, it’s coming.

  • LWOAP

    I’m looking forward to seeing comparison tests between this and Audi’s upcoming E-Tron along with the Model X.

  • DM

    I’m afraid the short hood will make it look like an MPV. Can’t wait to see it though.

  • MarketAndChurch

    This will be great for its European market. All Jaguar needs now is a large CUV that’s a little bit larger then the Discovery for the American and Chinese market.

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