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Jaguar I-Pace Price, Specifications, Mileage and Features

newsforall 2018-06-09 19:23:50

The name of luxury vehicle maker Jaguar is famous for its high performance cars all over the world. In order to promote electric vehicles, all auto companies are planning to develop electric cars. Under this, Jaguar has introduced its first all-electric SUV I-Pace. Its biggest feature is that it can set a route of 386 kilometers (about 240 miles) in a single charge. It is believed that this will be the first all-electric car, which will hit hard on other long-range cars, in which it carries a 381-km X 75D car in a charge of car Tasla. Let us know that Jaguar talked about bringing this car in the form of a concept in 2016. It is being said that the car's production model can be introduced in the UK by the end of this week. Let's know about the specification of this car ...

Fast charging support

This all-electric car has been equipped with fast charging technology. This car is charged up to 80 percent in just 40 minutes with the 100-kW DC Rapid Charger. It can also be charged up to 80 percent in 10 hours with the ordinary wall outlet (230V / 32A) AC wall box (7 kW).

Modern Navigation System

The new navigation system installed in the car will show the charging status and also tell how many kilometers the car can run from the current battery power. In addition to this, Dual Screen Touch Pro Infotainment System has been given in the Range Rover Velar in the previous year.

2 electric motors in the car

The Pace SUV has two electric motors designed by Jaguar, which have been connected with 90-kWh Lithium-ion battery packs. Regardless of being an electric power, it is not less than fuel-powered SUVs. This electric car captures the speed of 0 to 96.5 km / h in just 4.5 seconds.

Let us know that there is no disclosure about whether the Jaguar I-Pace car will be launched in India or not. At the same time, there is a hope that this car can be offered in India in a time bound manner, given the growing interest towards people's electric vehicles in India.