Production: 06/2018 - present
Production Type: Mass Production
The Jaguar I-Pace is the first battery-electric crossover of the company, which was announced in March 2018.
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 I-Pace has won 62 international awards. In March 2019, it won the European Car of the Year award, the first Jaguar to win the award. In April 2019, it became the 2019 World Car of the Year, and won Best Design and Best Green Car awards.
The production version of the I-Pace was launched in 2018, at the Magna Steyr plant in Austria. Some of the electric drive technology used in the Jaguar I-Pace comes from Jaguar's I-Type Formula E program, while the concentric engines were designed by JLR engineer Dr. Alex Michaelides and the I-Pace, Jaguar's first electric vehicle, was designed by Ian Callum.
Engine: electric motors with a permanent magnet with a power of 2x200 hp. (2x147 kW);
Power: Baratea - 90 kWh, Li-ion, liquid-cooled, 432 polymer cells / 36 modules; Power reserve (NEDC) - 480 km; Power reserve (EPA) - more than 200 miles;
Acceleration 0-60 mph: 4.8 seconds
Max speed: 200 km/h
Steering: rack, electromechanical
Transmission: synchronous single-stage epicyclic transmission, located on a single axis with the motor, the motor and transmission are integrated into the front and rear axles. Electric four-wheel drive
Brake system: disc, hydraulic, dual circuit, with hydraulic brake booster
Suspension front: double-lever
Rear suspension: multi-link, Integral Link
Shock Absorbers: front, rear telescopic
Weight: 2208 kg
Length: 4682 mm
Width: 1895 mm
Height: 1565 mm
Wheelbase: 2990 mm
Front track: 1624 - 1643 mm
Rear track: 1647 - 1663 mm
People: Alex Michaelides