Jaguar I-PACE proves its range by travelling to Belgium on a single charge
Jaguar Land Rover
The Jaguar I-PACE has proven its real-world range by travelling the 235 miles (378km) from London to Brussels on a single charge, including driving through the Channel Tunnel.
Driven by Vehicle Integration Manager Stephen Boulter, the
challenge started at South Bank in London and led to the Channel Tunnel
terminal at Folkestone. From there the I-PACE took to the service tunnels and
travelled undersea using its own power before emerging in Calais.
The final leg of the journey saw the electric Jaguar head
east towards Belgium, with Stephen and the SUV arriving outside the historic
Mons Des Arts in Brussels with eight per cent of the battery’s range remaining.
Stephen said that Jaguar knows customers won’t compromise on
everyday usability, so the I-PACE has been engineered to deliver outstanding
real-world range. He added: “By driving the 235 miles (378km) from London to
Brussels on a single charge – and arriving with plenty of range left – we’ve
demonstrated how comfortably it deals with long-distance journeys.”
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