The Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy, details and costs

Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy

Launching in 2018 (Season Five), the Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy race car will be the support championship of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship.

The Jaguar I-PACE eTrophyRunning before the main Formula E race, 20 drivers racing 20 modified Jaguar I-PACE race cars will be pitted against each other in identical specifications cars – ensuring that races are close, competitive, and entertaining in the narrow streets of some of the world’s most famous cities.

Experienced drivers looking for a new challenge will compete alongside up-and-coming talent from around the world.

Each year, the champion will be offered the opportunity to put the Jaguar I-TYPE through its paces with the Panasonic Jaguar Racing Formula E team.

Jaguar I-PACE: the next revolution

The Jaguar I-PACE is the world’s smartest, five seater sports car; performance car, family car and SUV all in one.

Its groundbreaking design, true Jaguar performance, competitive range and charging times will make this unique combination a real electric alternative to a traditional premium SUV.

Launching in 2018, the Jaguar I-PACE sets a template for others to follow, just as we have always done.

Race to innovate

The Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy
Alejandro Agag, CEO, Formula E, with James Barclay, Team Director, Jaguar Racing and the Gen2 Formula E car and the Jaguar iPace eTrophy car.

Jaguar will be the first performance car brand to launch in the electric market with the I-PACE. We will lead the British atomotive industry into an electric future – and do it in style. We will develop the next generation of EV technology on the race track.

This is why the race: race, innovative, inspire.

Racing around the world with Formula E

The Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy will be the support series for the ABB FIA Formula E Champiolnship, taking place on the same race weekend sas 10 rounds of the championship in the world’s most celebrated cities in Asia, South America, Europe and North America.

Championship overview

The Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy race car will be the first International Electric Production Car Championship.

What

  • 20 Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy race cars identical specification with scope for driver set-up and adjustment
  • 20 I-PACE eTrophy race cars prepared and run by Jaguar Racing
  • 10 round main support Championship to ABB Formula E

Where

  • International Championship supporting 10 ABB FIA Formula E Events
  • Asia, South America, Europe and North America

When

  • Commences in December 2018 (Season Five), subject to calendar from FIA.

Championship overview continued

The Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy race car will be designed, engineered and built by Jaguar Land Rover The Jaguar I-PACE eTrophySpecial Vehicle Operations.

  • Retail price of £200.000 + VAT per car – eligible for three years
  • £ 450.000* + VAT Entry Fee per annum provides entry into 10 international race weekends as the main support Championship to ABB FIA Formula E. Complete arrive and drive package for competitors
  • Vehicles, spare parts and equipment shipped by our appointed logistics partner to each event
  • Upon arriv/al at the circuit all the garages dressed and vehicles prepped ready for the race weekend
  • All promotions and marketing of the Championship and race weekends will be undertaken by Jaguar Racing and Formula E
  • Allocated hospitality for entrants within the Jaguar Race Centre with the ability to purchase further places for sponsor guests.
  • Race by race prize money for top 10 finishers
  • End of Season Prize – for top three drivers and top three entrants
  • Championship race suits and team wear will be provided for each driver
  • A television and digital broadcast package including full race coverage as well as highlights and supporting content
  • Dedicated areas upon race suits and race cars for personal branding
  • Two places to the End of Season Awards Ceremony
  • Drivers are required to have a minimum of an International C Circuit Race Licence
  • FIA Driver Category of Bronze, Silver and Gold eligible

Technical information

  • Two synchronous electric motors, one driving each axle
  • Fully stripped interior with FIA-approved spec safe cage
  • Seat and harness
  • Chassis based upon production Jaguar I-PACE with modifications made to increase contact patch stiffness and ability to offer driver adjustability
  • Aerodynamics enhancements and chassis adjustability to ensure closer racing
  • Sophisticated energy, power and regen strategy control introduces a new element of racing that is unique to battery electric vehicles
  • Software-enabled race modes providing drivers with additional parameters for performance

Championship timetable

The Jaguar I-PACE eTrophyAugust 2018: Fist official Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy Pre-Season Test Session held in the UK. 1,5 driver acclimatisation days, this involves;

  • 0,5 day of driver tuition on safety training to Jaguar Land Rover standards and the FIA
  • 1 day of driving and acclimatisation to your new race vehicle

October 2018

  • Two further official pre-season test days to be held in the UK
  • Race simulation of a fully operational race weekend to be held in the UK

Spreading the world online

Fans will be able to follow the progress of the Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy online throughout the season through bespoke content and comunications. Syndicated and distributed across all Panasonic Jaguar Racing and Jaguar Land Rover channels, raising the profile of the series and our partners.

76.800.000 total owned and earned reach of Jaguar & Jaguar Racing Channels

3.100.000 total interactions on Jaguar & Jaguar Racing Channels

The race weekend

The Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy
Alejandro Agag, CEO, Formula E, drives the new i-Pace eTrophy car.

Upon arrival at the circuit, teams will be directed to their dedicated garage where their vehicle will be fully prepped and ready to race

Personnel within each garage, containing two cars, will consist of:

  • x1 dedicated race engineer
  • x1 number one mechanic per vehicle
  • x1 shared number two mechanic
  • Typical race week end itinerary

Thursday

Teams arrive at the circuit to meet with the team and engineers

Friday

10.00 – Track walk

14.05 – Free practice

17.35 – Free practice two

Saturday

09.25 – Qualifying (25 minutes)

13.20 – Race (25 minutes + one lap)

* Final race weekend may be subject to change

Jaguar I-PACE eTrophy technical specifications

The Jaguar I-PACE eTrophyBattery

The I-PACE eTrophy race car users the same high-tech Lithium-ion battery found in the production I-PACE, which has a capacity of 90 kWh

Powertrain

AWD produced by a front and rear motor for a total maximum peak power output of 400 PS and 700 Nm of torque

0-100 km/h: 4,5 sec approx.

Weight without driver (kg): TBC

Max speed: 195 km/h

Aero

Aerodynamics of the production I-PACE have been enhanced on the I-PACE eTrophy race car with the addition of a front splitter, rear diffuser and adjustable rear wing. Additional air intakes have been added to provide more cooling.

Data acquisition

Cosworth Dash Display / Data Logger, Intelligent Power Management System, Data Analysis System, including video synchronized overlays.

Body

The I-PACE eTrophy race car uses a lightweight, all aluminium structure, which has been modified from the production spec to allow the fitment of an FIA safety roll cage. Some production aluminium body panels will be exchanged with composite panels to save weight.

List of body panels in composite, bespoke from production car:

  • Front bumper
  • Front fenders
  • Rear bumper
  • Side stills
  • Bonnet

Dimensions

  • Length (splitter to wing): 4.855 mm
  • Overall width: 2145 mm
  • Height: 1.525 mm (roofline)
  • Front Track: 1958,97 mm
  • Rear Track: 1985,57 mm

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