Last year Jaguar came to Los Angeles car show with a concept if its first all-electric car Jaguar I-Pace and in Geneva it confirmed it with some styling changes. Now, if we are to believe the rumors and anticipations, we may see the production version of I-Pace this fall in Frankfurt.
When we talk to design changes , there should not be much change much from the concept. According to Jaguar's design chief Ian Callum the production car should retain about 80 percent of design clues given by its concept predecessor. The predictions were also confirmed by spy shots, that circulate arround.
Also the EV architecture will stay more the less the same. If it is so, Jaguar I-Pace will utilize the 90 kWh lithium-ion battery and two electric motors with system power of 298 kilowatts and 700 NM of torque.
But let us wait if in Franfurt we really see what will come out of the Magna Steyr factory in austrian Graz next year.