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Updated: 08/09/18
Jaguar I-Pace

Segment: Alternative power

Drivetrain option(s): NA

Powertrain(s): Electric


New 2018

A landmark vehicle for Jaguar, the battery powered electric luxury crossover which has had praise heaped upon it by the automotive press and analysts and lands in showrooms in November. It already has won one major Car of The Year award, from Auto Express magazine, has a 20,000-unit order from Waymo for its self-driving fleet, and looks poised to become a milestone vehicle for Jaguar Land Rover. With a 0-60 mph time of less than 5 seconds, the ability to drive off-road and a range of nearly 240 miles on a charge, the I-Pace gives the Tesla Model X its first challenge. A higher-performance version is rumored for around 2021.

Freshen 2021

A higher-performance version is rumored for around 2021.


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Brand Product Timeline: Jaguar

Jaguar

2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
I-Pace New
XE Freshen
XJ Redesign
F-Pace Freshen
F-Type Redesign
XF Redesign
I-Pace Freshen
J-Pace New


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