Jaguar Land Rover is taking visitors on a journey to Destination Zero at the 2019 British Science Festival this week.
As principal partner of the event hosted at the University of Warwick, the business is giving the public an insight into the future of mobility, and its vision of zero emissions, zero accidents and zero congestion.
Guests exploring the Jaguar Land Rover Technology Zone will find out more about the company’s first all-electric vehicle, and how the I-PACE’s cutting-edge technology has been translated to the track with the eTROPHY race series.
The showcase also explains more about Jaguar Racing’s involvement in Formula E, and how the technology transfers from race-to-road, and the rapid advancements in electric vehicle technology.
Meanwhile younger visitors have been testing their skills in the Jaguar Land Rover Education Zone with a number of fun and immersive activities, including coding a self-driving miniature vehicle.
Budding engineers have been learning more about a future career at the company, as ambassadors of the Graduate and Apprentice scheme share their experiences, while the Early Careers Team have been on hand to answer any questions about the various learning opportunities available.
Why not explore the festival for yourself, as the University of Warwick hosts its free Family Day in association with Jaguar Land Rover on Saturday 14 September.
The campus will be filled with a host of family-friendly activities including, stalls, workshops,and performances. and our technology zones. In addition to the Jaguar Land Rover Education and Technology Zones, visitors can experience our vehicles on the twin terra-pod and articulated ramp trailers, Jaguar Racing's simulators, and mini Defenders. Find out more here.