Jaguar Land Rover presents new all electric Jaguar I-PACE and Range Rover Sport plugin Hybrid

5th July 2019

Visit the Ta’ Xbiex Marina charging station this Saturday 6th July from 9.30pm onwards to test drive the Jaguar I-PACE and the Range Rover Sport plugin hybrid.

Muscats Motors has invited the public to test drive the new all electric Jaguar I-PACE and the Range Rover Sport plugin this Saturday.

The Jaguar I-PACE, well known for its performance, has been awarded World car of the year and World Green car. The I PACE’s battery is charged via the car’s plug-in charge point, discreetly located behind the front wheel arch.

“Once plugged in, you are free to leave I PACE to charge. The vehicle will automatically stop charging when it reaches full charge. The Jaguar I PACE is equipped with technology to preserve range and protect the vehicle’s battery. With cabin preconditioning, for example, you can heat or cool the interior while I PACE is charging and the electricity used will be drawn from the mains supply, not the battery,” the company said in a statement.

Jaguar I-PACE

Jaguar I-PACE

Turning to the Range Rover Sport plugin hybrid, it was said that its sporty look is now matched by greater efficiencies in the vehicle.

“It ensures seamless transition between the petrol engine and electric motor delivering optimal performance. PHEV takes Range Rover sport from 0-100km/h in just 6.7 seconds and on to a top speed of 220km/h.”

Muscats Motors urged the public to visit their stand at the Ta’ Xbiex Marina charging station to experience the “power of electricity” for themselves.

Contact Muscats Motors on 2326 4589 to for further information and book your test drive.

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