What makes people car sick, and how can we prevent it? Will driverless cars make the situation worse for most of us? All important questions, and one man at Jaguar Land Rover puts his own body on the line to find out. This truly is a sickening story.
The Jaguar I-Pace is a pretty car, perhaps the prettiest electric car out there. Perhaps try to keep that in mind when reading the news about its range (234 miles) and efficiency (80 mpg-e city). Perhaps want one anyway? After all, it really is a good looking electric car. Did we mention that it looks good?
GM fans are not happy. The Cadillac CTS-V used to hold the record for the fastest 4 door sedan around Laguna Seca. Then suddenly Jaguar decided to agree with us in that the XE was in fact mind-numbingly dull, and set out to do something about it. Oh boy, did they do something about it. To prove how much they really meant it, they first drove it around the Nürburgring in anger, then tore up Laguna Seca.
Jaguar has started its partnership with Waymo, the Google spinoff, by delivering three I-Pace cars for testing in the San Francisco Bay Area. Waymo plans to eventually have up to 20,000 self-driving I-Pace cars in its fleet.
How to do the Nordschleife in 7 min 21.23 seconds, in a 4 door-saloon/sedan. With two warning lights glowing amber on the dashboard the whole time. The worst part is, the driver looks fully relaxed through it all, as if he’s just taking a drive through the countryside. Which he is, technically, but still.