JAGUAR ELECTRIC CARS

Unmistakable sports-car performance with zero tailpipe emissions.

EXPLORE JAGUAR ELECTRIC CARS

  • JAGUAR I-PACE

    Featuring All Wheel Drive, electrifying performance and a range of up to 470km (292 miles) on the WLTP cycle*, it’s little wonder our first all-electric performance SUV has been voted 2019 World Car of the Year.

  • JAGUAR E-TYPE ZERO

    Once described by Enzo Ferrari as “the most beautiful car in the world”, E-type Zero brings all the appeal of a 60s icon into the modern era thanks to our all-electric powertrain conversions.

WHAT ARE THE KEY BENEFITS OF ELECTRIC CARS?

ZERO TAILPIPE EMISSIONS

Producing zero tailpipe CO2 emissions up to 470km (292 miles) per charge, the Jaguar I‑PACE is more eco-friendly than fuel-burning equivalents.

CONVENIENCE AND ACCESSIBILITY

In many cities, electric vehicles are now permitted to use vehicle lanes and parking spaces where other vehicle access is restricted. They are also exempt from any emissions-based charges.

GOVERNMENT INCENTIVES

Electric vehicles qualify for a range of financial benefits provided by government, local authorities and businesses supporting the move to the world’s cleanest powertrains. Jaguar I-PACE also qualifies for the full £3,500 Government Plug-in Car Grant.

ECONOMICAL RUNNING COSTS

The relative low cost of electricity means pure electric cars are cheaper to refuel than petrol and diesel vehicles. And with fewer moving powertrain parts to preserve, they’re also cheaper to maintain.

ELECTRIFYING PERFORMANCE

For sports car agility, I-PACE’s 90kWh battery is positioned within the floor, between the axles, giving a low centre of gravity and near perfect weight distribution. Instant torque and all-wheel drive traction gives I‑PACE the acceleration of a sports car. It reaches 60mph in 4.5 seconds.

TEST DRIVE JAGUAR I-PACE

Experience the electrifying benefits of Jaguar I-PACE for yourself by arranging a test drive through your local Retailer.

HOW DO ELECTRIC CARS WORK?

Rather than utilising a petrol or diesel engine, electric vehicles (EVs) use a battery to transfer power to an electric motor. In the case of Jaguar I-PACE – our award-winning all-electric SUV – it features two extremely powerful and lightweight electric motors. Both motors are up to 97 percent efficient when transferring power from the battery to the motor – an internal combustion engine is typically only 30-40 percent efficient when producing power from fossil fuels.

Recharged using sophisticated regenerative braking and a convenient plug-in charge point, I-PACE heralds an exciting new era for Jaguar electric vehicles.

CHARGING AN ELECTRIC CAR

Jaguar I‑PACE’s battery is charged via a plug-in charge point discreetly located behind the front wheel arch. The fastest and most convenient way to charge at home is using a wallbox, which can restore the energy used from the average daily commute in under 2 hours. When away from home, the best way to get a quick charge for those long journeys is with a public DC charger – a typical 50kW charger can deliver up to 270km of range per hour.

*WLTP (Worldwide harmonised Light vehicle Test Procedure) is the new process that has been phased in from 2017, which measures fuel, energy consumption, range and emissions in passenger vehicles in Europe. This is designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. It tests vehicles with optional equipment and with a more demanding test procedure and driving profile.