“Elk test” helped to find an unexpected flaw in Jaguar I-Pace

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“Elk test” helped to find an unexpected flaw in Jaguar I-Pace

When swerving the car stopped the front wheel.

In the Internet appeared the video, as electric crossover Jaguar I-Pace passes “moose test” during which the car had problems with locking wheels during driving over obstacles.

A test where the car must be taken to adjust to the powerful speed to avoid obstacles, is one of the most severe. It is the “moose test” as a rule, helps to detect most of the problems, and this time they found electrocreaser I-Pace.

While passing the track crossover hit the cones at any speed from 70 to 80 km/h, and when one of the attempts the car is locked the front wheel. And if hard-won rebuilding can be justified by the peculiarities of the system of exchange rate stability, then to a stopper wheel it should not have any relationship.

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Recently, a similar test was trying to crossover Toyota RAV4. The first attempt was for a car pretty bad already at 68 mph the vehicle began to slide and up to two external wheels. After this failure he was sent to “periplocoideae”, which he did a more than good level.

In Ukraine I Jaguar-Pace can be purchased at the price tag of 79 $ 600 in the standard variation with the letter S. All versions are equipped with identical motors with a total return of 400 horsepower and 696 Nm of torque, as well as a battery with a capacity of 90 kWh with a range of up to 470 km along the WLTP cycle.

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