Jaguar's electric E-type Zero is absolutely handsome

Posted September 08, 2017

The Jaguar E Type Zero which is an electric vehicle that is based on the 1968 Series 1.5 Jaguar E-type Roadster. Jaguar also says that the FUTURE-TYPE will be able to communicate with other cars, informing them of lane changes and so forth, making each trip safer than ever before.

A quick look inside the cockpit and the traditional seats and over-sized steering wheel are joined by a modern automatic gearbox and a touchscreen display - ensuring you have 21st century infotainment at your fingertips.

Also on display is the electric Jaguar E-type Zero.

As part of expansion plans, JLR said on Thursday that it would offer an electric or hybrid option for all its new vehicles from 2020, as the industry races to compete with rivals such as Tesla and respond to new bans and levies coming into force in several countries.

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He said: "We will introduce a portfolio of electrified products across our model range, embracing fully electric, plug-in hybrid and mild hybrid vehicles".

Jaguar Land Rover has brought to the fore a new improved version of its Jaguar E Type, and it is called Jaguar E Type Zero.

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The real message here is that this applies to new models from 2020, rather than updating existing models in the current line-up, so we don't know if an electric F-Pace is a reality or not.

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This vehicle looks every bit the classic E-Type, except, under the bonnet is a fully electric power train. The decision to use largely off-the-shelf EV gear was a conscious one, as Jaguar is actually pondering offering this reversible electric conversion to customers. That means both cars like the Jaguar F-TYPE and F-PACE, as well as SUVs like Range Rover's Velar and Evoque.

The Future Type concept leads a trio of cars revealed by Jaguar to mark its electric promise alongside the I-Pace SUV due for sale next year and an all-electric version of its classic E-Type.

The luxury vehicle maker claims the Sayer concept is the first voice-activated artificial-intelligence steering wheel capable of carrying out hundreds of tasks.

He commented: "The premium end of things is moving more quickly [towards electrification] in part because electric auto costs are higher at the moment because of battery costs, so they can absorb that".

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