The number of electric vehicles in the Indian market is growing rapidly. Jaguar Land Rover recently announced the launch of its first electric car, the i-Pace. Now the launch dates of this car have been announced. The company will officially sell it on March 9.
It is the second fully battery-powered luxury car in the Indian market after the Mercedes-Benz EQC. The first unit of this car was recently launched at the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) port. The car will be offered in three different trims including S, SE and HSE. They used single powertrains (EV400). Its booking has already started.
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According to reports, in the Jaguar i-Pace, the company used a magnet electric motor that produces 394 bhp of power and 696 Nm of torque. It also has an all wheel drive system. This car can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in just 4.8 seconds. The car offers a driving range of up to 480 km on a single charge, the company said. It has a 90 kilowatt lithium battery pack that can charge up to 80 percent in just 45 minutes. This battery takes about 7 hours to fully charge.
The car is provided by the company with a sloping bonnet as well as slick LED headlamps and a honeycomb grille. Other than that, it has attractive alloy wheels and integrated outside rear view mirrors (ORVMs). Apart from these, the car also features Luxtech Sport Seat, 380 watt Meridian sound system, interactive driver display, 3D surround camera, driver condition monitor, animated directional indicators, 3D surround sound system, head-up display and adaptive cruise control. .
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In addition to the Jaguar i-Pace, the company also offers a 5-year service package, up to 5 years of Jaguar Roadside Assistance and a 7.4-kilowatt mounted charger. The i-Pace has made a name for itself in the global market and has won over 80 awards so far, including World Car of the Year, World Green Car in 2019 and World Car Design of the Year.