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Freedom of Creativity

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The 2010s

New owner Tata Motors is giving Jaguar full creative freedom, funding from new conventional combustion engine models to innovative developments in electric vehicles and autonomous driving technologies. The result is an unparalleled range that includes the Jaguar XJ executive, Jaguar XF sports sedan, Jaguar F-Type sports coupe, Jaguar XE compact sedan, the company's first-ever Jaguar F-Pace crossover, the E-Pace compact crossover, and Jaguar I-Pace, the first mass-produced electric car in the history of the company. The company returns to global motorsport with the Jaguar I-Type, testing innovative technologies in the first electric Formula E series. The company plans to release a full-size Jaguar J-Pace.

Jaguar F-Pace

The Jaguar F-Pace (internal index X761) is a mid-range crossover SUV manufactured by Jaguar. The Jaguar F-Pace is the first model built by Jaguar Cars Ltd. in the SUV class. It was first introduced at the North American Auto Show in Detroit in January 2015, then also at the Frankfurt Auto Show in September of the same year. Sales began in April 2016. The car is the successor to the Jaguar C-X17 concept car, which was shown at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2013. The Jaguar F-Pace is produced at the Jaguar Land Rover Solihull plant in parallel with the Jaguar XE. In Russia, the car has been on sale since the summer of 2016. The car was designed by the Jaguar design studio led by Ian Callum. Testing of the future crossover began in 2013. Even then it was known that the crossover would be built on an aluminum platform and would have a three-liter V6 engine. On July 4, 2015, a pre-production Jaguar F-Pace made its public debut during the Le Grand Départ cycling race in Utrecht, the Netherlands and later in the Tour de France as a support car.

Jaguar I-Type

With the debut of Panasonic Jaguar Racing, the legendary brand is back on the track to win the third season of the FIA ​​Formula E racing series. The team has the first all-electric racing car JaguarI-TYPE1, which debuted in September 2016 at the JaguarCollections center. The honor of being the first to demonstrate the new car to the public fell to the team's official reserve pilot, Ho-Pin Tung. The I-TYPE 1 embodies the brand's 'Race To Innovate' mission, which embraces the desire to change the perception of electric vehicles, develop new electric technologies and inspire future generations. The presentation also saw the introduction of the core team, with Adam Carroll and Mitch Evans spearheading Jaguar's return to motorsport. Panasonic Jaguar Racing's I-TYPE is equipped with a 200kW electric motor that can reach speeds of up to 140mph (225.3km/h). Traction is transmitted to the drive wheels through a sequential gearbox with paddle shifters.

Jaguar I-Pace

The Jaguar I‑Pace Concept, the prototype of Jaguar's first electric SUV, a concept vehicle described as a five-seat sports car, was unveiled by JLR at the Los Angeles Auto Show on November 16, 2016 and shown on the road in London in March 2017. And the world premiere of the production model took place on March 06, 2018 at the Geneva Motor Show. The production version of the I-PACE was released at the end of 2017, and series production will take place at the Magna Steyr plant in Austria. Some of the electric drive technology used in the Jaguar I-pace comes from the Jaguar I-Type Formula E program, while the concentric motors were developed by JLR engineer Dr. Alex Michaelides.

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