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Cars Jaguar I-Pace to join nationwide NHS fleet

15:25  21 january  2020
15:25  21 january  2020 Source:   autocar.co.uk

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The Jaguar I - PACEs will be used for testing, prior to the all-electric vehicle being outfitted with Waymo's self-driving technology and launched in a Waymo expects 20,000 I - PACEs to join its fleet . Jaguar is in the process of rolling out its I - PACE all-electric vehicle, with cars slated to start arriving at

For faster charging, the Jaguar I ‑ PACE can also charge up to 7kW on a compatible 240-volt Level 2 home charger, which can fully recharge the You can also use the Jaguar InControl Remote app to precondition your I ‑ PACE – to heat or cool the interior while it is still plugged in to the charger – and to

a car parked on the side of a road: New deal will help NHS to reduce its CO2 output © Autocar New deal will help NHS to reduce its CO2 output

A new deal between Jaguar Land Rover and the NHS will see 700 I-Pace electric SUVs made available for healthcare staff across the country.

The cars will be available on a three-year lease plan via Northumbria Healthcare’s NHS Fleet Solutions, and paid for by employees via salary sacrifice.

Specification details are unconfirmed, but the I-Paces are expected to be based on the entry-level S model, which is available from £64,495. Modifications will likely be limited to the addition of NHS branding, in line with the organisation’s current fleet vehicles.

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I - PACE is a Jaguar above all else – a true driver’s car. Its electric motors and near perfect weight distribution deliver 696Nm of instant torque and Whether this is your first or next electric vehicle, discover how Jaguar I - PACE fits seamlessly with your lifestyle using our charging questionnaire.

Google subsidiary Waymo earlier this year announced a strategic partnership with Jaguar Land Rover to develop autonomous versions of the automaker’s Jaguar I - Pace SUVs, and today, it took the wraps off the fruits of its labor: new all-electric crossovers that’ll join the company’s self-driving fleet by 2020.

The new deal comes as part of the health service’s ambition to reduce its carbon emissions by 80% before 2050. The organisation is the UK’s largest public sector emitter of carbon emissions and, as of September 2019, produced 5.4% of the UK’s total output.

Sir James Mackey, Chief Executive of Northumbria Healthcare, said: “To have a fleet of cars that are fully electric demonstrates our ongoing commitment to making decisions that reduce our impact on the environment and help us become greener.”

The I-Pace will join the NHS fleet in April, and will be accessible to staff at 200 NHS Fleet Service member organisations.

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Explore the breathtaking performance of the Jaguar I - PACE electric SUV, generating 394 horsepower and achieving 0-60 mph in around 4.5 seconds. Dr. Wolfgang Ziebart, Jaguar Land Rover Technical Design Director. Generating a combined 394 hp and 512 lb-ft of instant torque, the I ‑ PACE motors

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