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JAGUAR TCS RACING LOOKS TO THE FUTURE OF FORMULA E

After the reveal of Formula E’s all-new, all-electric race car, the Gen3, Jaguar TCS Racing has unveiled their stunning test car concept livery, representing the next generation of electric street racing. The bold, modern design is inspired by abstract art, and offers a tantalising glimpse into the future for Jaguar TCS Racing as they commit to the next era of Formula E. The impactful design features a monochromatic colour scheme, and is a reflection of Jaguar’s broader sustainability-rich reimagination of modern luxury. This striking test car concept livery will be seen on the Jaguar I-TYPE Gen3 development race car during the important track test phase which will begin soon.

NEW PERFORMANCE BENCHMARKS

With the introduction of the Gen3 race car to Formula E, racing fans will see the performance stakes raised in a vehicle that is lighter, more powerful at 350kW and more efficient. The technological advances will set new performance benchmarks for an all-electric race car, and also demonstrate the rapid developments in fast-charging technology for electric vehicles. Impressively, the world’s most efficient race car will be capable of producing at least 40% of the energy used within a race from regenerative braking.

James Barclay, Jaguar TCS Racing Team Principal, said, “Everyone is excited at Jaguar TCS Racing to reveal our test car concept livery for Gen3 with a fresh, modern design…Gen3 is an important milestone for the World Championship with the most advanced electric race car we have seen…The team is ready to take on the new challenge and we are looking forward to compete with this new car and technology against the very best.”

Jaguar TCS Racing engineers will now focus on the build, design and test of the Jaguar I-TYPE Gen3 challenger ahead of the official team and livery launch. In the meantime, the team will continue to compete for the 2022 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship title.