With the advent of the Remek as an electric supercar that outperformed its competitors, the focus on electric propulsion for high-speed models increased. Now, in addition to Remek, Pininfarina, Lotus and the Japanese company Spark are also producing this type of car. Other brands active in electric models, such as Tesla, Porsche, Audi and Mercedes-Benz, also have plans to offer electric supercars.
With the production of the i-pace all-electric crossover, Jaguar soon became popular in the electric model market. The British brand has a comprehensive plan to stop producing gasoline models and supply a variety of electric products in the near future. Given Jaguar’s 100-year history of sports and supercars, the company is also producing an all-electric supercar.
Technical structure The Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo SV concept has four independent electric motors on each wheel, producing a total of 1,877 horsepower and 3,360 Nm of torque. According to Jaguar simulation, this product can reach zero to 100 km / h in 1.65 seconds and a top speed of 410 km / h.
Vision SV design, inspired by C-Type, D-Type, XJR-9 and XJR-14 models, is based on the models in Formula E races and real-world simulators for excellent aerodynamics Provide the technical capability of a supercar. This research product has a drag coefficient of 0.398 and a force perpendicular to the level of 483 kg at 322 km / h.
An example of a full-size Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo concept model that may not be able to drive. This product will be presented to PlayStation users in future updates of Gran Turismo.