Jaguar has officially revealed the 2016 Jaguar I-Pace Concept. The prototype will be showcased during the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show and it is scheduled to become a model in the next 18 months. 

The new Jaguar I-Pace Concept uses two electric motors, one for each axle. The electric powertrain can deliver 400 horsepower and 700 Nm peak of torque. As a result, the not to 100 km/h acceleration is done in about 4 seconds. 

Under the floor of the Jaguar I-Pace Concept is the battery pack. It has 90 kWh and offers over 500km range on the NEDC cycle, the average user could charge just once a week. Charging is easy and quick, with 80 percent charge achieved in 90 minutes and 100 per cent in just over two hours using 50kW DC charging.

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Inside the cabin, the Jaguar I-Pace Concept features premium materials and beautiful, tactile details that highlight British craftsmanship at its best. There is digital craftsmanship too, with two, super-intuitive touchscreens that serve up information where and when the driver needs it. 

According to Jaguar, the I-Pace is not a traditional sports car, saloon or SUV and absolutely not a traditional Jaguar. Yet his approach to its design is absolutely traditional Callum; it’s informed by a sense of history, his scholarly understanding of form language and, inevitably, that overwhelming sense of enthusiasm.

Source: Jaguar