The first images of the “charged” Jaguar I-Pace electric crossover appeared

The first images of the “charged” Jaguar I-Pace electric crossover appeared

October 11, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The British high-performance novelty, which will receive the SVR index, is unlikely to be officially presented until 2021. Engine power will be much more than 394 hp

Not so long ago there was a time when various sports coupes with powerful internal combustion engines, which had a huge displacement, dominated the automotive scene, but times are changing.

After the debut of the all-electric Model X crossover, the American company Tesla can be said to completely change this world. The SUV was surprisingly fast thanks to an electric propulsion system that provided enough instantaneous torque.

Premium German brands are now catching up, which means that it will take some time before the German Mercedes-AMG has an all-electric EQ crossover, BMW M will present its SUV without an internal combustion engine, or Audi Sport will finally show a high-performance E -Tron S. The British brand Jaguar also seeks to present its similar model – according to company representatives, work is underway to create a more productive version of the I-Pace crossover. However, the novelty is unlikely to appear until 2021, since Jaguar has priorities set for other models that can bring much more income.

As part of this article, we want to present you a render on the Jaguar I-Pace SVR, which was composed by independent artists. The car received a more “muscular” body with new exterior elements and a few black accents. To find out that you have a more powerful version of the electric car, a reduced ground clearance will help – a more sporty suspension setup, as well as more powerful brakes that are hidden behind huge wheels.

 The Jaguar I-Pace SVR is expected to be able to offer many more than those standard 394 hp. (694 Nm), which are available in the usual model. Therefore, the time to reach a speed of 100 km / h will decrease from the current 4.5 seconds.