The Jaguar I-PACE


The Jaguar I-PACE looks set to put the legendary Tata owned British brand at the forefront of the electric vehicle (EV) revolution.

The newest member of Jaguar’s PACE family comes to the Geneva motor show straight from its global online reveal. ‘I-PACE is the EV drivers have been waiting for’ says Jag, with sustainable sports car performance, all-wheel-drive agility and five-seat practicality – a real electric alternative to a traditional premium SUV. I-PACE will be capable of rapid charging from zero to 80 per cent in less than 40 minutes (using a DC 100kW rapid charger) and has been rigorously tested across extremes of terrain and temperatures.
Dr Ralf Speth, Jaguar Land Rover CEO, said: “Jaguar Land Rover is at the forefront of technology and desirability in Geneva. The Jaguar I-PACE is the electric vehicle drivers have been waiting for.”


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Michael is Motorhub's Editor. Well known from TV and radio, Michael has been writing, presenting and judging cars since the mid 90's. He is a renowned Producer/Director and documentary film maker. Dozens of credits include: The Whole Way Round (Gay Byrne), The Shamrock Run (Alan Shortt), The Viking Run (Clodagh McKenna) and The Irish 66ers (David Mitchell) and The Climb for Kids (Colin Farrell). Print credits include: the RTE Guide (motoring editor 1999-2003), many national daily papers and Sundays including The Irish Times (freelance) plus other magazines. National radio credits include multiple at RTE Gerry Ryan show, the Mooney Show, The Dave Fanning Show, Drivetime etc. TV credits as a motoring expert include RTE's flagship current affairs show Primetime and TV3's Ireland AM. Michael also presented RTE's car show Drive! in the late 90s and directed some items in MPH2 on TG4. Michael contributes weekly on motoring issues to The Last Word show with Matt Cooper on Today FM. Michael has represented Ireland's motoring journalists in Motorsport at the International Mazda MX-5 endurance race series in Italy and the Arctic Ice Race. He has been a Car of the Year Judge for over 18 years and is a former Chairperson of the Association of Professional Motoring Press (APMP).

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