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The I‑TYPE 3 is Panasonic Jaguar Racing's all-electric Formula E race car. Designed to deliver the ultimate balance of power and efficiency, it accelerates from 0-60mph (0-100km/h) in 2.8 seconds and has a maximum power of 250kW. Discover more about the car's components below.

THE FACTS

Throughout practice and qualifying sessions, maximum power is permitted. During races, however, power-saving mode will apply with the 'Push-to-Pass' system temporarily allowing maximum power for a limited period of 5 seconds.

Produced by McLaren Applied Technologies, the new Generation 2 battery has 85% more usable energy (52kWh up from 28kWh).

Max Power (Limited):
250kW, equivalent to 335bhp

Race Mode (Power Saving):
200kW, equivalent to 268bhp

Fanboost:
Up to 250kW

0 - 100 km/h (62mph)
2.8 seconds

Overall Length:
5160mm (max)

Overall Width:
1770mm (max)

Max Speed:
280km/h (174mph)

Overall Height:
1050mm (max)

Track Width:
1500mm (min)

Ride Height:
74mm (max)

Minimum Weight (inc driver):
900kg (min)/ Batteries alone 385kg

NEW ALL-ELECTRIC JAGUAR I‑PACE

The ultimate all-electric performance SUV.

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Fuel consumption figures reflect laboratory testing in accordance with the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC). These figures are provided for comparison amongst vehicles only. Actual fuel consumption will generally differ under real world driving conditions, and will vary depending on individual factors such as (but not limited to) driving styles and vehicle, road, traffic and weather conditions.