The electric Jaguar I-Pace has dropped its slick silver appearance from the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show and put on a sharp red paintjob for its European launching at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show in March. The most recent I-Pace displayed in these images looks practically similar to the first idea, shown above. Its car-like roofline and aggressive, scowling headlights appear to have been influenced by the larger F-Pace while its captivating double-sill style and huge alloy wheels provide it a similarly stylish appearance to its bigger sibling.
It's definitely a popular formula-- Porsche, Bentley, Maserati, and Lamborghini have all heard the siren call of the sporty SUV. So has Jaguar, which recently unveiled its first-ever crossover simply in 2015. It's called the F-Pace, and it's quite quick. However some believe it might be quicker, and report has it there's a new apex-munching, V-8-powered range-topper headed our way called the 2018 Jaguar F-Pace SVR. Jaguar-Land Rover's skunkworks department, Special Vehicle Operations, is boosting the Jaguar F-Pace SUV to provide a sportier variation with around 550hp. The specialised group has currently included the F-Type SVR and Range Rover Sport SVR to the brand name's ranks with more high performance models expected in the future.
If you have an interest in high-end electrical cars, prepare to include another non-Tesla brand to the list: Jaguar. The car manufacturer has revealed the brand new I-Pace, an electric SUV-- or hatchback, offered its low-slung look-- that made its rounds at the 2017 Geneva International Motor Show.
Jaguar's F-Pace has actually skyrocketed to the top of the sales chart in only its very first year on the marketplace. A total 45,973 of the SUVs were sold in 2016, corresponding to roughly 30 percent of Jaguar's sales.
Jaguar has made huge strides in broadening its U.S. sales in the previous two years, however its volumes are still small compared to those of high-end giants such as Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz. Part of Jaguar's sales success is attributable to the presence of all-wheel drive throughout its variety, which has actually attracted more purchasers in four-season states. The F-Pace crossover has offered like wildfire, showing how important crossover sales are becoming to any car manufacturer's bottom line, and the more cost effective E-Pace must just continue the momentum.