Jaguar’s new F-Pace PHEV receives tech update

Jaguar has presented the new model year of the F-Pace. The battery of the PHEV variant F-Pace P400e, which can be charged to 80 per cent in 30 minutes with up to 35 kW DC, now has an energy content of 19.2 kWh, which should give it a range of 65 km (40 miles) of purely electric driving.

The British company under Indian management has presented the newest update of their flagship plug-in hybrid F-Pace, which is to be released for the 2024 model year but is available to order already. As Jaguar puts it: “for the 2024 Model Year, the P400e continues to spearhead the F-PACE’s choice of electrified powertrains.” Prices in the UK range from £48,660 for the most basic setup to £84,940 for the top trim variant.

In terms of technical improvements over the previous version of the vehicle, the lithium-ion battery has been expanded from 8 to 9 modules, increasing the range from a previous 33 miles (53km) to the previously mentioned current maximum of 40 miles (65km). In addition, the company notes that the “enhancement also reduces CO2 emissions and fuel consumption, which are now from only 37g/km and up to 176.6mpg (1.6-litres/100km),” according to WLTP.

The drive system features a combined output of 404PS and 640Nm torque, allowing for acceleration from 0-60mph in just 5.0 seconds (0-100km/h in 5.3 seconds). Charging of the battery takes about 30 minutes on a 35 kW fast charger from 0-80%, while a full charge n a 7 kW AC wallbox charger takes about 2 and a half hours.

“As we make progress to reimagine Jaguar to an all-electric luxury brand by 2025, we have been curating our existing products by offering richer and more desirable specifications,” said Philip Koehn, managing director of the brand, adding: “The first nameplate to receive this change was F-TYPE as we move towards 2023 and celebrate 75 years of Jaguar sports cars. We now move to F-PACE, an SUV that offers an unrivalled balance of ride, handling, refinement and luxury.”

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Allan Bennett-Jones
26.01.2024 um 01:24
When is Jaguar going to switch to using the Sodium Ion Batteries??they need to consider to using them pretty soon!!!

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