Jaguar Land Rover took the competition to the next level over electric vehicles as it released its I-Pace, an SUV with 500km battery range, amid the popularity that Tesla’s Model S planted in the automobile market. The announcement of British automotive company came as the automobile industry contemplated the associated effects of the NAFTA Plan planned by the president-elect Donald Trump. In light of the market fluctuations triggered by Trump’s presidency, will Jaguar be able to overtake Tesla in the electric car showdown?
Jaguar I-Pace Concept
The promising electric SUV was the first all-electric-vehicle made by Jaguar to compete in the mainstream after its attempt on a hybrid Project C-X75 way back in 2010. Jaguar I-Pace goes with a four-door and a five-seater SUV with a range of 500 kilometers or 310 miles on a single charge. Further, the electric batteries can be charged to 80 percent in 90 minutes which will be convenient for users who go after faster charging speeds. JLR has also come up with a shorter internal combustion engine as it imitate the interior of its very own F-Pace.