Jaguar races electric cars through frigid Arctic
Jaguar introduced a fleet of its electrical car prototypes to the Arctic in northern Sweden, after which proceeded to race them across the snow-blanketed apartments.
According to Mashable’s website this could be viewed as stunt — though a potentially useful stunt: It's important to see how electric vehicles perform in extreme weather conditions.
According to Jaguar, the company drove its forthcoming I-PACE SUV around its test facility at temperatures as low as -40 Celsius (which is also -40 Fahrenheit).e Tesla recommended this "preconditioning" to limit the loss of range and general performance.
Most likely extra important than those Arctic photographs, Jaguar introduced that the I-PACE shall be formally published as a real product (advancing from a prototype) on March 1, 2018, when it’ll additionally cross on sale. Quickly after, on March 6, the car shall be proven on the Geneva Auto Display And for the ones living within the Arctic, the I-PACE turns out in a position to dealing with itself smartly up there, particularly if one is vulnerable to race via flurries of snow.
Perhaps more significant than these Arctic images, Jaguar announced that the I-PACE will be officially revealed as an actual product (advancing from a prototype) on March 1, 2018, when it will also go on sale. Soon after, on March 6, the vehicle will be shown at the Geneva Auto Show.