After decades of ups and downs, electricity is finally emerging as the fuel that will propel the planet into the future as more governments look to address their pollution problems by phasing out vehicles that run on fossil fuels. As a result, automakers are scampering to flood the market with electric cars, trucks and, especially,
On Friday I had my first taste of the new Jaguar I-PACE as I took my family for a test drive. I was intrigued to see what it’s like as I think it would be fair to say that the motoring press have been raving about it, the first all-electric production car from the Jaguar
Could this week’s road test subject be the most significant new car to leave the halls of a British manufacturer since the McLaren F1? Don’t bet against it. For one thing, it is remarkable that the Jaguar I-Pace – not just a new Jaguar but a new breed of Jaguar, remember – was conceived in
Day one People keep calling this car a ‘game changer’. It’s almost like some unspoken law, especially on Twitter. If you’re a car journalist and you’ve driven one, you have to tweet about it using the words ‘game changer’. I find this a bit strange. I mean, what game is it changing? Is it darts?
The Jaguar I-Pace has set the best time around Laguna Seca for an unmodified electric car. Jaguar announced Thursday that its electric I-Pace crossover has set the lap record for unmodified electric vehicles at Laguna Seca. A 2019 I-Pace HSE First Edition was piloted by professional racing driver Randy Pobst, who achieved a lap time