No word on how much the cold affects its range, though.
Jaguar announced Wednesday that the I-Pace EV will get a proper unveiling on Mar. 1 at 1 p.m. ET.
That's five days before its on-stage debut at the Geneva Motor Show.
With a 100-kW DC fast charger, the I-Pace can fill its battery from zero to 80 percent in about 45 minutes.
That's roughly the same amount of time it takes to fill a long-range Tesla at one of its Supercharger stands, but Superchargers crank out north of 120 kW.
Thus, it's likely that the I-Pace won't be able to match Tesla's longer-range cars, but we'll find out soon enough.
When it debuted, Jaguar estimated the I-Pace's range at about 220 miles, thanks to a 90-kWh battery pack.
It will be interesting to see how the temperatures seen here affect the EV's range.
When the concept debuted in 2016, Jaguar estimated the I-Pace's output at about 400 horsepower and more than 500 pound-feet of torque.
It's believed to pack a 0-to-60 time in the 4-second range.
As for cost... well, don't expect it to sell for Hyundai Elantra money, but it shouldn't be Tesla Model X money, either.
We'll find out soon either way!
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