Jaguar is preparing to launch its first electric car I Pace in India. Its three variants S, SE, and HSE will be launched in India.
The company has not yet announced its launch date, but according to the news, it can be launched in February.
The car has arrived in India for testing under the latest updates. It is quite attractive in appearance and has a strong battery with a good range.
Many color options will be launched
Jaguar’s electric car I Pace, launched in India, features a sloping bonnet with a honeycomb pattern grille, a large central air dam as well as LED headlamps, giving it an attractive look.
The car gets black out by pillars, indicator mounted ORVM and designer alloy wheels.
It will be launched in several color options, including Caldera Red, Eulong White and Santorini Black etc.
2,990mm will be wheelbase
The Jaguar I Pace will have a wheelbase of 2,990mm and ground clearance of 174mm.
Its cabin will feature a 380W meridian sound system, a head up display and a power steering wheel with cruise control.
It will also have an interactive driver display and a touchscreen infotainment system.
For connectivity, this car will be equipped with features like Bluetooth and Android Auto.
Charge will be up to 80 percent in 45 minutes
It will come with a 90kWh Lithium Ion battery pack, which will be capable of delivering 394bhp of power and a torque of 696nm for the car to start.
This battery can be charged from 0-80 percent in 45 minutes using a 100kW fast charger. It will be able to cover a distance of 480 kilometers in a single charge.
Explain that this car will be able to hold 0-100 km per hour speed in 4.8 seconds.
What will be the price?
The company has also taken care of the safety of the passengers while designing this car.
This electric car will be equipped with 3D surround camera, driver condition monitor and animated direction indicators for safety.
Along with this, front and rear side airbags will also be provided in it.
The official price information will be available at the time of launch. However, it is estimated to cost Rs 1 crore.