After being introduced at two international exhibitions, Jaguar I-Pace was officially rolled down the street for the first time.
This proves that the Jaguar I-Pace is not just a car to show but a fully functional car. The I-Pace rolled in London, England was driven by Jaguar’s design team.
Ian Callum, Jaguar’s Design Director, said: “Driving this concept on the street is really important to the design team. Certainly, it is very special to bring a car from the future design to the real world.
With I-Pace, Jaguar engineers bring the true value of the power when seeing it on the road. The I-Pace concept represents the next generation of electric car design. And with me, this is the electric motor of the future.”
Built to compete directly with the Tesla Model X, I-Pace will be officially introduced as a production car in later this year, after that I-Pace will be able to reach customers in the second half of 2018.
Jaguar I-Pace can accelerate from 0-96 km / h in 4 seconds based on the electric motor at the front and rear axles producing 400hp and 700Nm of maximum torque.
Jaguar I-Pace is capable of traveling more than 500km. I-Pace lithium-ion battery can charge up to 80% within 90 minutes when using DC 50kWh charger.