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Jaguar I-PACE  (Source: Jaguar)
So, we should have all heard of Tesla by now. If you haven’t, Tesla makes electric cars. Well now apparently so does Jaguar. They just revealed their new Jaguar I-PACE Concept.

Jaguar new electric car is scheduled to hit the streets in the second half of 2018.  It is an electric crossover, that will be competing with the of Tesla’s Model X. The electric car market is really starting to charge up as more and more manufacturers get on board.


Photo Source: Jaguar
 
There are reports Audi, BMW, Mercedes, and Porsche are all working on their electric automotive projects.
The I-PACE model pictured is a concept. However, at this stage, the real production model Jaguar I-Pace will remain significantly unchanged from the concept. Jaguar will hold true to its brand with this electric vehicle.  You will still of the luxury that you have come to expect from Jaguar.


Photo Source: Jaguar
 
Jaguar I-PACE will deliver, with handstitched leather, roomy interior and luxurious performance.
The I-PACE will give you following and more:
a.    All-wheel drive: This powerful SUV can has straight-line acceleration due to instant torque. It is managed in any driving condition with the stability of all-wheel-drive coupled with sports car agility.
b.    Beautiful Display:  There is a center console that features two “infotainment touchscreens”.  There is a full-color Heads-Up Display (HUD) that displays information of the windshield.
 
While other manufacturers are certainly gearing up for their electric entrances, it is very likely that the Jaguar I-Pace will receive it strongest competition from Tesla’s Model X.


Photo Source: Tesla
 
The Model X comes from a very strong lineage of electric cars. In fact, Tesla only makes electrics cars and very good ones at that. No gas guzzlers over there.


Photo Source: Tesla

 
  Jaguar I-Pace Tesla Model X
Price Confirmed closer launch $74,000 - $135,500
Range 200 Miles 289 Miles
Acceleration 0-60mph in
4 seconds
0-60mph in
2.9 seconds
Charging time 80% Charge in 90 minutes with 50kW DC rapid charger 290 mile = 1hr 21 mins with Supercharger 120kW





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