Jaguar is taking aim at Tesla’s Model X SUV following the recent reveal of their first all-electric vehicle, which is dubbed the I-Pace. The automotive brand is aiming for a 2018 release but for now here are the specs.
The I-Pace will come equipped with a 90 kWh battery that is capable of delivering an estimated 220 miles of EPA-estimated range when it finally hits the road. Another special design feature is its cab-forward design, which translates to an absent front engine. However, this allows for more space for passengers and cargo. The riders will enjoy a large 12-inch touchscreen at the center stack, which is further accented with a 5.5-inch secondary touchscreen.
In terms of powertrain, a pair of electric motors to deliver a total of 394 horsepower will power the SUV. While the all-wheel drive system generates 516 pound-feet of torque. Jaguar is expecting the I-Pace to travel from 0–60mph in about four seconds. When it comes time to charge the vehicle, Jaguar says the I-Pace have 50kW DC charging capabilities thus allowing the liquid-cooled battery to charge from 0 to 80 percent in 90 minutes, and to 100 percent in estimated two hours.
Learn more about the I-Pace at Jaguar.